As part of the World Bank project “Strengthening Forensic Capacity", with the support of the Consulate General of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Hong Kong, deputies of the Parliament of the Senate, employees of the Prosecutor's Office, the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the professorial staff of the KazGUU University visited Hong Kong with a study visit.
In order to exchange experience, find new strategies and accumulate knowledge, representatives of the Kazakhstan delegation held meetings with employees of the Governmental Laboratory and the Hong Kong SAR Service of Pathology.
In the process of bilateral consultations, the sides shared their experience in the provision of forensic services, research in the field of technical forensics, developments and achievements in search and cognitive activity in criminal proceedings, as well as experience in generating recommendations for effective judicial investigation.
It should be noted that the gained experience of Hong Kong in the field of key performance indicators and forensic examination strategies will be taken into account in the process of improving the Kazakhstan model of search and cognitive activity in the criminal process.
Since October 2016, KazGUU University has been jointly Key Forensic Services Ltd (KFS), King's College London (KCL), QPA Strategies Ltd. (QPA) and Astana Garant Consulting (AGC) has launched the project “Strengthening Forensic Capacity" of the World Bank and the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan.