NATIONAL CHILD PROTECTION AUTHORITY

Video Evidence Recording Unit

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Video recording of the statements of victims of child abuse as evidence to be submitted to Courts.

 

 

 

 

In terms of Evidence (Special Provisions) Act No.32 of 1999, the Authority video record and produce before the court the evidence of a child who becomes the victim of child abuse.

  1. The video recording evidence of the children who become victims of child abuse.

     

     

     

     

    • ► With the Recording 
    • ► Handing over to courts 
    • ► Verbatim Preparation from the master copy
    • ► giving evidence in courts
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  2. Training

     

     

     

     

    • ► Training for Video Evidence Recording Staff
    • ► Training programmes for Police
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  3. Maintenance of the 'Video Evidence Recording' centre

     

     

     

     

    • ►  'Video Evidence Recording' at NCPA
    • ► Establishment of 'Video Evidence Recording' centres in each province
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  4. Monitoring of the 'Video Evidence Recording' unit

     

     

     

     

    • ► Daily reports on Video Evidence Recordings 
    • ► Monthly report on Video Evidence Recordings 
    • ► Monthly report on appearance in Courts
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  Head of the unit    
  Ms.Sajeewani  

Mrs. Sajeewani Abeykoon

LL.B, LL.M (University of Colombo)
Diploma in Counselling & Psychotherapy (ISS)

Director – Law Enforcement 

Email: law.enforce@childprotection.gov.lk

Tp: 011-2778911-12-14 (Extension- 269)

M : 077-3984722

       
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