Police prosecutors in Brong-Ahafo undergo capacity building training


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By
Christopher Tetteh, GNA

Sunyani, Oct. 11, GNA – Police prosecutors in
the Brong-Ahafo Region have under gone a two-day capacity building and
refresher training workshop to equip them with the necessary knowledge and
information to deliver efficiently.

The training was designed to strengthen the
competence levels of the prosecutors in the region in specific areas of
criminal prosecution and ge

By
Christopher Tetteh, GNA

Sunyani, Oct. 11, GNA – Police prosecutors in
the Brong-Ahafo Region have under gone a two-day capacity building and
refresher training workshop to equip them with the necessary knowledge and
information to deliver efficiently.

The training was designed to strengthen the
competence levels of the prosecutors in the region in specific areas of
criminal prosecution and general principles of law for its effective
application during prosecution at the courts.

It was organised by Law And Development
Associates (LADA) Institute with a grant from the Bureau of International
Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) of the United States Department of
State and facilitated by the Attorney-General’s Department in Sunyani.

LADA is a non-profit and non-governmental
organisation (NGO) registered in Ghana with the focus on human rights capacity
building and advocacy, strategic planning, institutional development and
training as well as peace building and anti-discrimination with a strong
emphasis on gender mainstreaming.

It also provides the basis for the use of law
as a tool for national development, focusing on innovative partnerships.

The Institute further organises training
sessions, seminars and workshops to build and strengthen institutional capacity
and also review and analyse legal gaps for harmonization with internal best
practices by working with other NGOs, government departments and
community-based organisations.

Mr Ernest Ofei Aryeh, a Principal State
Attorney in Sunyani and a facilitator, commended the LADA Institute for the
“laudable” programme saying it would address the apparent gaps in the legal
knowledge and skills of the participants to complement the role of state
Attorneys in the country.

Participants were taken through criminal law,
law of evidence, criminal procedure and the dos and don’ts in the court room.

GNA


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