CURRENT NEWS - YEAR 2017
COMMISSION HOSTS CAACC TWINNING EXERCISE

July 17th 2017: The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has in collaboration with Commonwealth Africa Anti - Corruption Centre (CAACC), successfully hosted a delegation from five African Countries to share experiences on management and handling of exhibits by the respective anti-corruption agencies.
The Countries represented during the twinning exercise that took place at EACC Headquarters and Sarova Panafric Nairobi are, Rwanda, South Africa, Botswana, Nigeria and Kenya.

EACC hosted the other anti-corruption African agencies after being ranked the best in handling of evidence and management of exhibits among 17 Commonwealth Africa Anti-Corruption Agencies.

The three-day exercise that was officially opened and closed by EACC Deputy CEO Michael Mubea on July 11th 2017, focused on the management of exhibits. The exercise covered various thematic areas such as, Case Management and Overview of Reporting Procedures in Investigation, Legal Framework, Overview on Exhibits Management, Continuity, Handling and Chain of Custody at EACC, Exhibit Registry Management, Practical Exhibit Handling in both Operations and Forensics among others.

Mr. Mubea who read a speech on behalf of the CEO, urged the participants to take the opportunity to learn and share experiences from all the countries that were participating in the exercise. He also thanked CAACC for picking the commission as a benchmark for the twining exercise.
EACC deputy CEO Michael Mubea giving his closing remarks at Sarova Panafric Nairobi.
The exercise saw, the delegation take practical classes at the Commission’s headquarters (Integrity Center), in various sections that include; Forensic lab and electronic device handling among others. They were also taken through the process of exhibit storage and management. At the commission’s Report Center, the team learnt the process of data center management that involved the processing and sorting out of complaints and any forms of reports that are received and handled by the commission.
Participants at the twining exercise actively involved in a session at Integrity Center Nairobi.
The commission was picked as the host of the twinning exercise owing to its ranking as the best anti-graft agency in Commonwealth Africa in evidence and exhibit handling. The commission topped 17 other common wealth Africa Anti-corruption agencies in a survey that was carried out by the Commonwealth and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime between June 2015 and June 2016.
Delegation pose for a group photo at Sarova Panafric Nairobi..

Posted on Monday, July 17, 2017

 

 
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