HE the Attorney-General Dr Ali bin Fetais al-Marri met yesterday with a delegation comprising members of the prosecution, judges and police officers from Rwanda.
The delegation attended a training course at the Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Center (Rolacc) on the subject of cybercrime its implications and impact on the work of judicial bodies.
During the meeting, he answered a number of questions from the delegation about the nature of the judicial system in Qatar and the achievements of Qatar in combating corruption and cybercrime.
This course was part of a series of courses offered by Rolacc within the framework of the continuous training plan for the African countries, which began in Gambia in March.
The three-day course covered theoretical and practical training that includes types of cybercrimes and their multiple forms, the latest forms of such crimes and how to control them and ways to prevent and avoid them and the institutions combating such crimes in the state, in addition to practical exercises on how to avoid hacking electronic accounts.
The Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Center provides local, regional and international training courses for various institutions and bodies in the field of rule of law, anti-corruption and governance throughout the year. (QNA)