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Officially closing the workshop, Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIGP), Stanley Nsabimana expressed no doubt that the advanced skills and expertise acquired would help in combating cyber crimes.
He noted the importance of the workshop due to discussions on the cyber threat, the challenges it presents and alternative ideas laid down for mitigating it.
DIGP Nsabimana also took the opportunity to thank Interpol for its continued efforts of training law enforcement officials in advanced investigative techniques.
George Kisaka, the trainer, urged the workshop participants to apply the knowledge and skills gained from the workshop while going about cyber crimes.
He called on policy makers to consider the recommendations reached by the group of students especially the provision of a contact entity in every country in matters of cyber crime for smooth investigation of crime.
Kisaka commended the support and commitment from Rwanda National Police as well as the students.
Jackson Cheboi, a participant from Kenya said that they shall properly apply whatever they learnt in their respective jurisdictions.
Cheboi also praised the course as timely, well organized and investigative oriented.