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Contact List

If you would like to get in touch with Working Group members, please contact the PILON Secretariat.

CountryNamePositionOrganisation
TongaLinda Simiki Folaumoetu’I (chair)Attorney General and DPPAttorney General’s Office
American SamoaFainu'ulelei Falefatu Ala'ilima-UtaAttorney GeneralAttorney General Office
AustraliaLauren MurraySenior Legal OfficerAttorney General’s Department
AustraliaAmit DograLegal OfficerAttorney General’s Department
Cook IslandsLauaki Jason AnnandaleSolicitor GeneralCrown Law Office
FijiGlenys AndrewsDeputy Chief Law DraftspersonAttorney General’s Office
Federated States Of MicronesiaLeonito BacalandoAssistant Attorney GeneralFSM Department of Justice
NauruJanwai UdittSecretary Justice and Border ControlPublic Prosecution Office
NauruSaifizaan ShahPrincipal Legal OfficerPublic Prosecution Office
New ZealandJoanne MildenhallSenior Crown CounselCrown Law Office
PNGJosephine Advent PitmurDeputy Secretary for Justice AdministrationDepartment of Justice & Attorney General
Solomon IslandsAndrew KelesiDirector of Public ProsecutionsOffice of the Director of Public Prosecutions
VanuatuJosaia NaigulevuDirector of Public ProsecutionsOffice of Public Prosecutions

Draft documents

There are no draft documents at this time

Published resources

Please visit the Digital Library to download this Working Group’s published documents.

Learning resources

Zyber Intermediate Zoom session one- New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs

This webinar is bought to you by the Pacific Islands Law Officers’ Network (PILON) Cybercrime Working Group

This first webinar is part of a multi-part series for the Zyber/Insig2 “Digital Forensics for Lawyers and Judges – Intermediate level” scholarship course delivered by the Working Group.

With thanks to our presenters from the New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs – Te Tari Taiwhenua

Zyber Intermediate Zoom session two- Digital Forensics and IT Investigation Unit, Fiji Police Force

This webinar is bought to you by the Pacific Islands Law Officers’ Network (PILON) Cybercrime Working Group

This second webinar is part of a multi-part series for the Zyber/Insig2 “Digital Forensics for Lawyers and Judges – Intermediate level” scholarship course delivered by the Working Group.

With thanks to our presenter Corporal Savenaca Siwatibau, Digital Forensics and IT Investigation Unit, Fiji Police Force

Zyber Intermediate Zoom session three- Digital Forensics and IT Investigation Unit, Fiji Police Force

This webinar is bought to you by the Pacific Islands Law Officers’ Network (PILON) Cybercrime Working Group

This third webinar is part of a multi-part series for the Zyber/Insig2 “Digital Forensics for Lawyers and Judges – Intermediate level” scholarship course delivered by the Working Group.

With thanks to our presenter Leotrina Macomber, former Crown Counsel and Kalisi K. Tohifolau, Acting Deputy Police Commissioner

"Countering Disinformation" Webinar

This webinar recording is brought to you by the Pacific Islands Law Officers’ Network(PILON) Cybercrime Working Group and Council of Europe.

Moderator: Attorney General Linda Folaumoetu’i from the Kingdome of Tonga, and Catalina Stroe, Council of Europe.

Presenters: Pacific Fusion Centre, Domingo Kabunare, Tupou Vainikolo, Joan Barata and Geronimo Sy

Zyber Week 10 Recordings: "Presenting Digital Evidence in Court"

Zyber Week 9 Recordings: "Fundamentals Of Digital Forensics"

We were joined by experts Superintendent Kalisi Tohifolau and Siosaia Vaipuna from the Computer Emergency Response Team in the Kingdom of Tonga. Kalisi and Saia shared their experience about computer forensics and explained how the police and CERT work together in Tonga to continue to combat cybercrimes. Participants completed online modules 7 and 8 relating to this discussion group.

Zyber Week 7 Recordings:

This webinar recording is brought to you by the Pacific Islands Law Officers’ Network(PILON) Cybercrime Working Group.  This webinar is entitled “Digital Evidence Preservation” 

The views expressed in this presentation are those of the presenters and do not necessarily reflect the views of policies of PILON, or any one PILON member country or government agency.

If you have any questions or comments please contact pilon@pilonsec.org

 

Zyber Week 4 Recordings:

This webinar recording is brought to you by the Pacific Islands Law Officers’ Network(PILON) Cybercrime Working Group.  This webinar is entitled “Digital Forensic Process”

The views expressed in this presentation are those of the presenters and do not necessarily reflect the views of policies of PILON, or any one PILON member country or government agency.

If you have any questions or comments please contact pilon@pilonsec.org

 

Next meeting details

Our next meeting is scheduled for:

Date: TBC
Time: TBC
Type: Videoconference

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