THE ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE


The administration structure:

The Commission for the Investigation & Gathering of Evidence has the division and subdivisions below:

  • Investigative Judge
  • General Prosecutor's Office
  • Bureau of Social Research and psychosocial support
  • Victims and Witnesses Section
  • Administration Department
  • Department of Public Information and Documentation

Investigative Judge: Oversees the proceedings, investigative procedures, and evidence collection; offering psychological treatment and social research for the victims, and initiating the process of investigation and evidence collection. Under his supervision are a group of judicial investigators and police investigators, and a number of professionals in social research and psychological treatment to enhance the Commission’s objectives.

General Prosecutor's Office: The General Prosecutor's Officer has access to all the procedures of investigation and collection of evidence of the commission and to monitor its compliance with the laws.

Bureau of Social Research and Psychosocial Support:

This section consists of a number of specialists in social research and psychological support, an expert in the field of victim support is chairing the office. The Department provides facilities to support the victims and their families who suffer from the symptoms of trauma and psychological problems thorough living in conflict situations, by organizing treatment sessions for those that became sick and traumatized due to their ordeal. The Headquarters Office of the Commission will document detailed reports of the results of these sessions, including the impact of the crimes on the victims and ways to treat the victims, perhaps with referrals to mental health centers and the social care network in the region to continue to provide support, assistance, and treatment to the victims and their families.

Witnesses and victims Section:

This section consists of a group of experienced investigators in the field of criminal investigation. The investigators work in order to reach the victims and witnesses and ensure their safe and proper participation in the investigation; where they contact with victims and witnesses to either let victims attend at the Headquarters of the Commission or by going to their places of residence. In both cases, contact with the victim, whether in the office or by going to their residence; Safety and Security measures have been taken to provide the necessary protection to the commission staff, victims and witnesses, while protecting information by saving them in a central database within.

Administration Department:

This Department does the necessary actions to manage the Commission in regards to Administrative, Financial, Logistic, Personnel, guidance, and human resource issues.

Department of Public Information and Documentation:

The cadre of this Department are overseeing and managing the official website of the Commission and dealing with technical information and technical communications, organizing the dissemination (outreach) Process. They handle the task of information technology by dealing with the evidence and archiving the Investigative procedures on software centrally to ensure keeping the evidence and information safe and secure for the long-term.