Editorial Office | CN COLIMANOTICIAS
Colima, Colima. In order to strengthen the areas of inspection in the investigation and practice of forensic technology or forensics, the Colima State Human Rights Commission (CDHEC) has signed a cooperation agreement with civil society for the Consultation of Forensic Science Experts (COPECF).
The commission’s chair, Roberto Ramirez, reported that through this agreement, the agency’s office of inspectors will be able to benefit from the knowledge of the experts who make up COPECF in advisory matters, in order to enhance the application of evidence-based justice.
“In the same way, exchange advice on aspects related to specialized and technical fields of forensic medicine, as well as advisory service, with a view to mutual support, investigation, training and professional qualification of persons who are an integral part of civil society and of the organism.”
The Ombudsman stressed that the cooperation will enhance the issuance of decisions in opinions that lead to the knowledge of the truth, which will testify whether there are violations of people’s human rights or not, and thus the commission will ensure comprehensive compensation. Suffered by every victim who came to complain.
On her part, the Director General of COPECF, Dr. Rosa Edith Sandoval Chacon, expressed the full availability of each expert and expert component of the consultancy, to work and advise on matters of psychology, social work, criminology, translation and accounting, in order to bring the expert service closer to the Colima community.
“Those of us who participate in this agreement understand the responsibility we bear, that technical knowledge must be available, and the citizen will have the certainty that it will be ethical, professional, impartial and, above all, always strive for truth and justice.”
It should be noted that the Convention also establishes the basis for the development of coordinated strategies for the development of activities aimed at the protection, observance, study, promotion and dissemination of human rights, through education, training, culture and research.
Collaborate in providing courses, workshops, conferences, talks, forums, presentations and any other activity in the field of human rights.
In addition to participating in activities that affect the promotion and recognition of a culture of peace and respect for human rights.
The event was attended by the Executive Secretary of the Commission, Enedina Lusoya Baeza, and the visitor, Pedro Mejia Chavez, by the criminologist’s consultant, José Ramón Cedeño y Dominguez, as well as Jimena Rojas Cuban and Manuel Torres Messina.