Baghdad / Judiciary Media
On Tuesday, June 8, 2021, the Judicial Supervision Commission held a workshop to discuss the obstacles and problems facing judges in the presidencies of appeals and officers of the Organized Crime Directorate in the Judicial Development Institute.
This workshop aims to listen to the problems and obstacles facing the judges and officers of the Directorate in order to overcome all the obstacles and problems they face, The Vice-President of the Judicial Supervision Commission, Judge Najm Abdullah, said , the problems presented by the judges and officers will be worked on to find solutions according to legal contexts.
The judges presented a number of obstacles and obstacles that they face during their work, the most prominent of which are the lack of officers at the Directorate, in addition to the lack of experience, as well as the overlap of work between the security services and the lack of some controls for employees specialized in the field of health, agriculture and customs, as well as the delay in sending the past record by the Directorate of Criminal Evidence.
The officers of the Organized Crime Directorate presented a set of obstacles and problems, foremost among which was the reluctance of the representatives of the ministries to write down their statements and their need for development courses in the field of investigation, in addition to the difficulty of transferring some dangerous suspects to Karkh because the directorate’s headquarters is located on the Rusafa side.
At the end of the workshop, a number of recommendations were identified, the most important of which is increasing the number of officers working in the Directorate, increasing logistical support, emphasizing communication with the competent authorities whose work is related to the work of the Directorate, as well as emphasizing the speedy linking of past records in important cases and requesting a statement of wanted in minor crimes