OTAN - NATO
English | Français
NATO by theme > NATO and Afghanistan > Afghanistan: Italian Armed Forces train the first Afghan female police officer in Crime Scene Investigation techniques

Afghanistan: Italian Armed Forces train the first Afghan female police officer in Crime Scene Investigation techniques

05 Jul 2018 16:52

Synopsis

The course, held at Camp Arena, in the western Afghan city of Herat (Afghanistan), consisted of theoretical and practical lessons conducted by two Afghan instructors, assisted by officers of the Italian Armed Forces. The Afghan police officers were taught intervention procedures on the crime scene and evidence gathering procedures. Having obtained high marks in her training, Marziya has become a trainer herself. Footage includes shots of Marziya participating in a course to become trainer, along with other female police officers collecting evidence as part of their training to become certified CSI officers.

Teaser

Marziya Amiri is the first female police officer in the Afghan Police being qualified on scientific investigation procedures. She completed the Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) course held by the Italian ‘Carabinieri’ part of the local Police Advising Team in the Train-Advise-Assist Command West of the NATO-led Resolute Support Mission.

Transcript

1. (00:00-00:41) VARIOUS SHOTS – (MS - outdoors) Shots of Marziya Amiri, CSI police woman in Herat, attending a course in CSI work methods. Mrs. Amiri is taking notes on a fake body victim which is lying on the ground. Men dressed as CSI investigators are „working on the case“ as well. 2. (00:41-01:33) VARIOUS SHOTS – (MS - indoors) – Women police officers getting training on how to conduct CSI investigation, fake body on the floor and taking fingerprints.

Media tags

Reference
NATO715552
Date filming
25 Jan 2018 12:00
Location
Camp Arena, Herat, Afghanistan.
Country
Afghanistan
Usage rights
This media asset is free for editorial broadcast, print, online and radio use. It is restricted for use for other purposes.
Type
B-roll