General Department of Forensic Science and Criminology
Traffic Services
Digital Forensic Department
Networking forensic section

The networking forensic section specialized in crimes on communication systems. Which occurs on monetary organizations and VoIP system breach. An expert in this section knows how networks function and how information is relayed from person to person.

Software and Database forensic section

The experts examined in the section of Software and Databases have a great understanding of malicious programs that may affect computers, networks, and their types, detection, and how to deal with them, posing a risk of hacking electronic systems to cause damage or data theft.

Mobile forensic section

Smartphones are one of the most widespread devices in the world; they enable users to save much time and effort and dispense with computers for ease of use and simplicity. Thus, there are many mobile phone issues and files that can be extracted from mobile phones, like text messages, call logs, social networking conversations, pictures, and other data stored in a mobile phone’s memory.

Audio forensic section

Sound can be defined as an automatic frequency or wave capable of moving in several physical media like solids, liquids, and gases. Modern technology has advanced and monitors and draws waves to study and identify patterns. The Audio Evidence Analysis Section of the Electronic Evidence Department receives audio evidence related to cybercrime from various legal authorities and police stations and conducts the necessary examinations.

Computer forensic section

The Department of Computer Evidence Examination at the General Directorate of Criminal Evidence and Criminology examines computers concerning cases that arrive at Department headquarters, which deciphers unknown files regarding the incident to understand data received. Notably, with the contribution of computer experts who specialize in various programs and data, it is not impossible to extract all files on a hard drive. The examiner may face several obstacles and challenges that will test his or her skills and creativity in overcoming these obstacles and challenges to reach the truth sought by the General Directorate of Criminal Evidence and Criminology.

Accredited Specialties
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Medicine
  • Biology
  • Criminology
  • Engineering
  • Psychology
Progressive sequence of experience path
  • Expert assistant (when one has a bachelor's degree without experience)
  • Assistant expert (four years in the field of specialization or master's degree without experience and passing experience tests with courses in the area of specialization)
  • Expert (seven years in the field of specialization or Ph.D. without experience and passing experience tests with courses in the field of specialization)
  • Senior expert (12 years in the field of competence and passing experience tests with courses in the field of specialization)
  • Consultant (17 years in the field of specialization with specialization courses)
General specialization Sub specialization

1) Renewable energy

2) Nuclear science

3) Alternative energy

4) Solar energy

5) Environment and safety

6) Physical science

1) Toxins

2) Fires

3) Check documents

4) Weapons and equipment

5) The pharmacy

6) Petroleum industries

7) Forensic laboratories

8) Food processing and processing

9) Chemistry sciences

1) Human medicine

2) Forensic medicine

3) Dentistry

4) Medicine and Surgery

5) Veterinary Medicine

6) Medical Sciences: All branches

1) Microbiology

2) Genetic fingerprints

3) Genealogy

4) Larvae

5) Criminal science

6) Genetic science

7) Insects

8) Viruses

9) Epidemics (disasters)

10) Various branches of biology

1) Civil engineering

2) Electrical engineering

3) Electronic engineering

4) Mechanical engineering

5) Communications engineering

6) Design engineering

7) Interior design

8) Electromechanical engineering

9) Architecture

10) Train engineering

11) Mechatronics engineering

12) Engineering sciences

1) Forensic /Criminal psychology

2) Sociology - Applied sociology