Podgorica, 22 – 23 March 2018 – Upon the request of the Judicial Training Centre, the EURoL II supported the organisation of the first in the line of training sessions on the “Use of Modern Forensic standards in the Judiciary”, that was held from 22 to 23 March 2018 at Hotel Ramada in Podgorica.
The Seminar was organised in cooperation with the Judicial Training Centre and Forensic Institute with the main aim to inform state prosecutors and judges about the modern forensic standards in the judiciary, mainly related to the collection of evidences, crime scene investigation, DNA expertise, FEA fire, explosions and accidents and in this way to support the increase of efficiency of this first phase of the prosecutors-police led investigation. In addition to three national experts provided by the Forensic institute of Montenegro, who gave presentation on, inter alia, the experiences of the Forensic Institute in Crime scene investigation, Handling the evidence materials, Forensic and the importance of found traces of explosives, fire and drugs, DNA Expertise and Interpretation of DNA evidences, an expert was also engaged through the EURoL II project – namely Ms. Paola Di Simone. She presented experiences of the work of the Italian Scientific Police and their contribution to the criminal investigations. At the same time, the expert met her colleagues from the Forensic Institute of Montenegro in order to exchange experiences and open the possibilities for potential further cooperation of these two peer institutions.