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09 Sep 2020

The Investigative Department of the State Inspector's Service was provided with the modern forensic equipment

The Investigative Department of the State Inspector's Service, with financial assistance of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the support of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, was provided with the modern forensic equipment.

In order to ensure the independence and efficiency of the Investigative Department of the State Inspector's Service, forensic experts are employed in the Eastern and Western Units of the Investigative Department of the Service, who are involved in investigative and procedural activities.

Equipping forensic experts with high-quality modern equipment increases the ability to obtain necessary evidence for investigation, and furthermore, significantly improves the quality of the investigation.

The equipment will be actively used by forensic experts - in the process of detecting various traces of crime, taking fingerprints and biologically comparable samples, as well as determining the firing trajectory and firing angle of a firearm shot.

The process of handing over the forensic equipment was attended by the First Deputy State Inspector Giorgi Gamezardashvili, Deputy State Inspector Sophio Jiadze, Senior Adviser to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in the South Caucasus Vladimir Shkolnikov, National Human Rights Officer of the Office of United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Besarion Bokhashvili and other representatives of the State Inspector’s Service.
The State Inspector’s Service expresses its gratitude to partner organizations for their support.

The State Inspector’s Service will continue taking active care of the implementation of modern standards, technologies and equipment in the future.