SPSA students visit the criminal laboratory at Sharjah Police

  • Friday 17, January 2020 01:45 PM
  • SPSA students visit the criminal laboratory at Sharjah Police
Sharjah24: Within the framework of its march of cooperation and scientific integration with the Sharjah Police Science Academy (SPSA), and its support for educational and research programmes, the Criminal Laboratory at Sharjah Police received a delegation of students from the Academy’s batch (21).
The delegation was received by Col. Eng. Adel Al Mazmi, Director of the Physical Effects Inspection Department in Forensic Laboratory section at Sharjah Police and other officers.

The scientific visit comes in line with the implementation of the study plan for the undergraduate programme for the current semester of 2019/2020.

The visit came with the aim of learning about the nature and methods of work, as well as the technical tasks of the forensic unit in the laboratory to achieve realistic observation of deaths and injuries in various forensic issues, methods of dealing with them along with other related issues.

Al Mazmi stressed the importance of the visit from the technical and practical perspective, and its role in supporting the accredited curriculum programme with practical content by experienced people.

Students also learnt about the direct role of the criminal laboratory in dealing with crimes, revealing their circumstances, and providing forensic evidence in relation to justice, noting Sharjah Police’s keenness to expand the horizons of cooperation and integration among all police institutions, within the framework of coordination and exchange of experiences and information, to adopt the best practices and experiences applied in establishing security, especially with regard to modern methods for dealing with crimes.

At the end of the visit, the delegation thanked the criminal laboratory officers and staff for the success of the visit and for acquiring the largest amount of information that support their academic career.