Forensic Training Held for CIO Prosecutors·Investigators and NFS - 30 people attended, including Director-General for the purpose of enhancing investigative capacity-
- Date : 2022.07.14
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□ The Corruption Investigation Office for High-ranking Officials (hereinafter the “CIO,” Director-General Kim Jin-wook) visited the National Forensic Service (hereinafter the “NFS,” Director Park Nam-gyu), located in Wonju, Gangwon Province, on July 14, 2022, and provided training in scientific investigations, such as digital forensics
□ This training, which was attended by 30 prosecutors, investigators, etc. including Director-General Kim Jin-wook, mainly consisted of introduction of the roles and areas of service of major departments of the NFS and presentations on tips for acquiring digital evidence and analysis methods. Director-General Kim Jin-wook took a look around major departments and facilities of the NFS, such as the digital analysis division, forensic medical examination division, etc.
□ The CIO and the NFS agreed to cooperate in scientific investigations, such as digital forensics, and training for investigating officers under the memorandum of understanding signed last April. Starting with this in-house training, the CIO plans to increase persona and physical exchanges
□ Director-General Kim Jin-wook emphasized the importance of persona and physical cooperation, stating that “the procurement and analysis of digital evidence is more crucial than ever for proving a crime,” in his meeting with Director Park Nam-gyu prior to the training, and Director Park Nam-gyu responded by stating that the NFS will “provide active support such that NFS’s competence in scientific investigations can be of help in criminal investigations.”
□ The CIO is currently providing weekly investigation training sessions for prosecutors and investigators for the month of July (total of four sessions). The CIO is planning to continue to provide such training to enhance the competency of its employees. The End.