The Criminal Research and Training Center (CRTC) has concluded the first edition of its "Preservation and Archiving" training course.

The five-day course, led by a national trainer, targeted 20 CRTC employees.

The course covered topics related to documentation and archiving systems, including document types, preparation, classification, digitization, and indexing.

The participants applied their newly learned skills in a practical exercise at the end of the event.

The CRTC is a Libyan government agency that provides training and research support to the criminal justice system. The "Preservation and Archiving" training course is part of the CRTC's efforts to improve the capacity of Libyan law enforcement agencies to manage and preserve evidence.


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