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Training in Digital Forensics and Due Process in El Salvador and Honduras

Central America, 21 August 2020. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime for Central America and the Caribbean (UNODC ROPAN) through the Global Programme on Cybercrime delivered training for El Salvador and Honduras supervisors, investigators, criminal analysts, and digital forensic analysts on digital forensics and due process.

The objective of this training was to reflect upon and apply the principles of the due process and best technical practices when identifying, acquiring, and analyzing digital evidence, as well as when presenting digital evidence analysis’ results before the court.
The training was divided into four parts: I. Principles and rules; II. Best practices applied to the technical process; III. Open discussion on current legal and technical challenges; and IV. Coaching on implementing in possible real-life scenarios the silks developed on this training.

The training had the participation of El Salvador National Civil Police through the Cybercrime Unit, the Digital Forensic Laboratory and the Criminal Analysis Unit; and Honduras National Police through the Cybercrime Unit and the Digital Forensic Laboratory.
This training has been made possible thanks to the funding from the Canadian and Norwegian governments.