NAPTIP OPERATIVES UNDERGO TRAINING IN DIGITAL EVIDENCING
AND RECEIVE EQUIPMENT.

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Six operatives of The National Agency for Prohibition of Traffic in Persons and Other Related Matters (NAPTIP) have completed training from Dutch experts in forensic and digital evidencing this week in Abuja. Speaking in a meeting with the Executive Secretary, the Dutch expert Mr. Dashley K Rouwendal said the initiative is to build capacity of NAPTIP officers to handle security, digital evidencing and help develop infrastructure for future NAPTIP forensic lab which will enable the officers utilize the experience acquired in the field.

The Dutch further started, it will helps in arresting more suspects, facilitate investigation through a more secured intelligence that will produce watertight evidence to aid prosecution.

Responding, the Executive Secretary expressed satisfaction with the interest of Dutch government and their embassy in capacity building which is part of the direction of the NAPTIP management.

She thanked the two experts and promised that their efforts will come in handy as logistics needed for the new forensic lab of the agency to take off are already in place.  Mrs. Jedy-Agba said that the training will be a constant feature in the development of all investigators in the agency.  The Dutch experts later handed over forensic and lab equipment’s worth millions of naira to the agency. 

 

, said the initiative is to build capacity of NAPTIP to handle security and digital evidencing and help develop infrastructure for future NAPTIP forensic lab which will enable the officers utilize the experience acquired in the field.

According to him, it will helps in arresting more suspects, facilitate investigation through a more secured intelligence that will produce watertight evidence to aid prosecution.

Responding, the Executive Secretary expressed satisfaction with the interest of Dutch government and their embassy in capacity building which is part of the direction of the NAPTIP management.

She thanked the two experts and promised that their efforts will come in handy as logistics needed for the new forensic lab of the agency to take off are already in place.  Mrs. Jedy-Agba said that the training will be a constant feature in the development of all investigators in the agency.  The Dutch experts later handed over forensic and lab equipment’s worth millions of naira to the agency.