The United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda will beginning Monday 22 November 2010 conduct a four-day training programme for Tanzanian Judiciary and Law Enforcement Officers in Arusha.
The workshop will bring together 20 senior officers from the Tanzanian Judiciary, Police, Prisons, Directorate of the Public Prosecutor, Anti-Corruption Services and Directorate of Immigration.
The training will cover topics which include various aspects governing Witness Protection Programmes with reference to the Tribunal’s experience. These include; Prerequisites to Witness Protection, Preventive Measurers for Protection of Witnesses, Protecting Witnesses in their country of residence, and Interrelation between Protection, Security and Support Services.
The training is part of the Legacy of the Tribunal which incorporates, among other activities, capacity building programmes in the East African region.