The Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Center in Doha this week organized, in cooperation with the Public Works Authority, the Ministry of Communications and the Public Prosecution, a training course on the subject of electronic crime.
The training course was attended by the staff of the respective IT departments and legal departments of the Public Works Authority, the Ministry of Communications and the Public Prosecutor’s Office. During the training course, the subject of electronic crime and all its legal aspects were discussed, both objectively and procedurally.
The trainers were university professors specialized in information technology and law, and judges specialized in such crimes with experience in the latest forms of electronic crimes. The trainers discussed how to control these crimes, along with methods of prevention and avoidance, and discussed the state authorities that are working to fight such crimes.
The Center for the Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption provides local, regional and international training courses throughout the year for various institutions and bodies in the field of the rule of law, combating corruption and governance.