Project Overview

RSIL has also been engaged by the UNODC for the development of training modules for the Police School of Investigation, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Police on counter-terrorism investigations.

This assignment requires the development of eight training modules on a range of topics which include, inter alia, background of terrorism in Pakistan and legal framework, crime scene management, case file management, evidence collection & analysis, interview & arrest, investigation processes and court trial etc.

Project Outcomes

RSIL has completed the development of six of the eight training modules under this project which are currently being reviewed by the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Police. RSIL resource persons are expected to conducted the training delivery of these modules once they are approved by the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Police.

Date: September 2018 – 30 June 2019

Team: Jamal Aziz, Oves Anwar, Zainab Mustafa, Minahil Khan, Hira Arif Riar, Ayesha Alam Malik, Hijab Siddiqui, Abdul Ghani, Shayan Ahmed, Zinnia Kakakhel, Noor Waheed, Abraze Aqil, Fer Ghana Ansari

Project Partner: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) ‘Pakistan’s Action to Counter Terrorism’ (PACT) project financed by the European Union

Training Sessions
Police Officials


The modules are aimed at identifying and isolating specific concerns, capacity gaps and needs that relate to the following areas:
  • Case file management
  • Background to Terrorism
  • Trace Evidence
  • Evidence Collection and Preservation
  • Interview, Arrest and Interrogation
  • Crime Scene Management
  • Investigation Processes and Court Trial
  • Investigation in Gender and Child Related Casess