Managing Exhibits And Proceeds Of Crime Twinning Exercise

The Commonwealth Africa Anti-Corruption Centre (CAACC) in collaboration with Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) as the host agency is conducting its first twinning exercise in Kenya for anti-corruption agencies in Commonwealth Africa. This on-going event will take 3 days from 11th to 13th July 2017 in Nairobi, Kenya.


The on-going Managing of Exhibits and Proceeds of Crime twinning exercise is a follow up of the Managing Exhibits and Proceeds of Crime Course which was organised by the Commonwealth Africa Anti-Corruption Centre in November 2016 and March 2017 respectively, in Gaborone, Botswana. 


The exercise is expected to equip the participants with the necessary skills required in managing exhibits and proceeds of crime; from collection, storing, examining, analysing and presenting the exhibits in the court of law as well as disposing exhibits and proceeds of crime after completion of court cases.

The attending agencies are expected exchange ideas and learn best practices from their regional partner, EACC. EACC is one of the anti-corruption agencies in Commonwealth Africa which are doing very well in management of exhibits. Among other things the participants will discuss issues relating to:

·      Case management and reporting procedures

·      Exhibits management, continuity, handling and chain of custody at EACC

·      Exhibit registry management

·      Data reporting and storage

·      Practical exhibit handling (Operations and Forensic )

·      Dealing with electronic devices/evidence

The participants will at the end of the 3 days go back to their respective agencies having shared among themselves the best practices, success stories, and challenges of exhibit management.