Criminal Sciences Institute holds its Party Congress

10:32 26/07/2020
Major General Nguyen Duy Ngoc, Deputy Minister of Public Security, attended and delivered a keynote speech at the 16th Congress for the 2020 - 2025 term of the Party organization of the Criminal Sciences Institute (CSI) under the Ministry of Public Security (MPS), held on July 23.
Deputy Minister Nguyen Duy Ngoc speaks at the event. 

According to the political report delivered at the event, the CSI’s Party organization gained various important achievements in the previous term.

Particularly, the institute advised the Ministry’s leadership to issue various policies to develop criminal techniques. It also promoted international cooperation in the field of criminal techniques in the past years.

As a result, its capacity and efficiency of crime scene examination and forensic science have been strengthened, contributing positively to crime prevention and combat.

Speaking at the event, Deputy Minister Nguyen Duy Ngoc urged the Party organization of the CSI to thoroughly grasp and direct the implementation of the policies and guidelines of the Party and State, the Public Security Central Party Committee on Party building and Party reorganization.

Deputy Minister Nguyen Duy Ngoc also highlighted the importance to develop the CSI as a leading criminal technique center, a reliable address for proceeding agencies, organizations, society and citizens, as well as an excellent specialized unit of the Public Security Forces.

Delegates at the event. 

The CSI should focus on building the project “Strategic development of criminal technique sector in the period of 2021 – 2025 with a vision toward 2030”.

The Deputy Minister suggested various policies and solutions to build up capacity for the criminal techniques office under the provincial police department, with the aim of improving the quality and efficiency of the scene examination, autopsy, criminal techniques examination, forensic and technical skills of local police forces. Particularly, he asked the institute to make more efforts to develop the force of forensic pathologists and specialists to meet the requirement for forensic examination of the police force.
By DT