Guatemala City, by Linsy Rodríguez -AGN- An event held at the auditorium of the Police Specialties School -EEPOL- marked the closure of the training on “Interpretation of Information in Criminal Analysis.” This training has been a significant milestone in developing crucial skills in criminal analysis.
During the training, participants acquired the necessary tools to interpret information during oral trial hearings with precision.
Twenty-four officers, fourteen male and ten female, from the Department Against Human Trafficking and Illicit Trafficking of Persons within the Specialized Division of Criminal Investigation -DEIC- of the National Civil Police -PNC- completed this training.
This professionalization benefits security agents and contributes to the progress of the Education Axis of the Police Transformation Strategy.
Experts from the International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program -ICITAP- of the United States Department of Justice taught this course.
Mastering these skills is fundamental to ensuring the accuracy and effectiveness of criminal investigations and the justice process.
Additionally, the closing ceremony had the distinguished presence of the Deputy Director General, who praised the commitment and dedication of the participants.
Officials from the Subdirectorate General of Criminal Investigation, such as Adal Rodríguez Najarro, were also in attendance. Director Rodríguez’s support has been essential for the success of this training. In a gesture of international collaboration, representatives from the United States Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs -INL- were present. Additionally, the Secretariat against Violence, Exploitation, and Human Trafficking -SVET- participated.
The involvement of INL underscores the importance of international cooperation in the fight against criminality and the strengthening of local security forces’ capacities.
The conclusion of this training marks a milestone in the ongoing pursuit of excellence in criminal analysis and continuous commitment to strengthening security institutions.
The knowledge acquired during this program will translate into a more effective application of the law and a more robust justice system.