One Day Expert Group Discourse on Criminal Justice Coordination Committee (CJCC) at KP, Judicial Academy on 5th July, 2017 (Follow up of First Activity on 24th May,2017)

  One day expert group discourse on Criminal Justice Coordination Committee, (CJCC) was held at KP Judicial Academy, Peshawar on 5th July, 2017. This expert meeting was the follow up of the first activity, which was held on 24th May, 2017 at KP Judicial Academy Peshawar.
           Expert group meeting purpose was to examine and identify the issues regarding management of Criminal Court files and evidential proofs.The meeting was moderated by the Dean of Judicial Academy, Mr. Khawaja Wajihuddin  and was attended by the members of Judiciary, Prosecution Service, Police and the Reclamation and Probation Directorate.
          The moderator welcomed all the participants and shared the purpose of the meeting.  He emphasized the importance of the correct preparation and management of court files and discussed the issues surrounding the non-availability of evidential proofs in the prosecution of some criminal cases. He reminded all the participants that there was a necessity for the police and prosecutions to take responsibility for the preparation and management of files by ensuring that the required proofs were available to the court.
Recommendations of the meeting arePolice prosecutor coordination, Composition and arrangement of Court File, Mentoring/Awareness Raising.
       The Moderator concluded the session and informed the participants of the next steps. He stated that these recommendations will be shared with each department for implementation and approval.  He thanked all the participants for taking out the time in their schedule for attending this workshop and also for their meaningful contribution in making this workshop a success.
      It is worth mentioning here that the Citizens’ Justice and Peace Programme (CJPP) is a 34-month Rule of Law programme that started in September 2015 and is scheduled to finish in June 2018. The programme is implemented by Coffey International Development and funded by the European Union.
           The programme’s overall objective is to contribute to strengthening Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) State responsiveness to citizens’ security and justice needs and to the restoration of trust between KP citizens and the State. CJPP is mandated to provide support to the Criminal Justice Coordination Committee in Peshawar and the selected districts of Swat, Nowshera, Mardan, Swabi and Dera Ismail Khan in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.


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