Most crimes committed today involve some aspect of technology use hence the need to understand and demystify emerging technologies in relation to legal jurisprudence.
AGA-Africa in conjunction with the Criminal Investigation Department and Cybercrime Unit, Ghana Police Service organized a 4-day Digital Forensics and Evidence Virtual Workshop from the 23rd to 26th November 2020. The workshop brought together investigators from all over Ghana who are involved in cybercrime investigations from the CID and Cybercrime Units.
The training was officially opened by Maame Hagan, AGA-Africa Country Coordinator for Ghana and Dr. Herbert Gustav Yankson, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Director Cybercrime Unit – Ghana Police Service.
Participating in the workshop was AGA Facilitator Jeffrey B. Welty, Special Deputy Attorney General, North Carolina Department of Justice from the US.
Regionally, the workshop benefited from the expertise of seasoned legal expert Stephen Kiptinness, Senior Partner, Technology & Intellectual Property; talented Cyber Security professional Alex Osunga who works at @iLabAfrica from Kenya and Dr. Herbert Gustav Yankson, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Director Cybercrime Unit, Ghana Police Service.
AGA-Africa Country Coordinator for Ghana, Maame Hagan and Dr. Herbert Gustav Yankson, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Director Cybercrime Unit – Ghana Police Service brought the illuminating 4-day workshop to a close.