Capacity building on cybercrime and electronic evidence is a complex and time and resource-intensive process, involving large numbers of organisations and practitioners. Given the growth of cybercrime and the fact that any crime may involve electronic evidence, any investigator, prosecutor or judge will be confronted to with such cases and needs to be equipped with the necessary skills to handle them. A number of guides and other tools have been developed by the Council of Europe and other organisations in recent years to help criminal justice practitioners acquire such skills. These guides and tools may complement training programmes or serve self-learning. The aim of this workshop is to increase knowledge of participants of such guides and tools and promote their adaptation to meet domestic needs.