DOJ-OOC conducts anew Training on Cybercrime and Electronic Evidence for Judges

08 May 2018

The Department of Justice – Office of Cybercrime (DOJ-OOC), in partnership with the Supreme Court and Global Action on Cybercrime Extended (GLACY+) Project, is set to conduct anew the Introductory Training on Cybercrime and Electronic Evidence for Judges on 08-10 May 2018 in Cebu, Philippines.

The three-day training will provide cybercrime court judges with the current landscape in handling cybercrime and cyber-related cases, including varied discussions on jurisdiction and electronic evidence.

Experts from the Judiciary and DOJ will serve as resource speakers and facilitators on topics pertaining to Cybercrime Law, the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime, electronic evidence, and digital forensics, among others.

The training is set to be attended by Judges assigned outside the National Capital Judicial Region (NCJR).  To date, the Supreme Court and DOJ-OOC have trained more than 60 Judges, most of whom are assigned in the NCJR.

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