Law Students Visit Criminal Evidence Department at the General Directorate of Public Security

As part of its extra-curricular activities, the Department of Law organized a field trip to the Criminal Evidence Department at the Public Security to bring the law students into direct contact with one of the most vital fields of security and legal work in the Kingdom in order to learn first-hand about the state-of-the-art methods and technologies employed in this field.

The students visited the various labs and sections specialized in identity checks, fingerprints and arms and explored the crime scene department, cyber-crime investigation section and counterfeit detection section.

They also listened to extensive explanations and descriptions from the concerned officers about the work processes and the required skills and qualifications that their staff must have to be able to perform their duties.