CRIMJUST, UNODC Colombia and the government and police of Colombia recently teamed up to combat the growing and global challenges posed by cocaine cultivation, production and trafficking. A joint training programme to strengthen the technical knowledge related to cocaine cultivation, production and laboratory criminal techniques was
SEACOP has organized the training course on Maritime Intelligence Units with the participation of three countries: Colombia, Panama and the Dominican Republic between 9 and 13 October in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia.
The son of former Honduran President Porfirio Lobo was sentenced to 24 years in prison on drug charges
CRIMJUST partner countries met, between 28 and 29 August, with representatives of the Mexican Federal Police and the General Prosecutor of the Republic in Mexico to exchange best practices in effectively tackling drug trafficking. Aimed at enhancing regional and south-south cooperation, CRIMJUST in collaboration with the UNODC Mexico regional office, organised an exchange visit to […]
The crisis in Guatemala has escalated after President Jimmy Morales
Brazilian armed security forces conducted another raid in Rio de Janeiro.
Law enforcement agencies from Brazil and Paraguay signed an agreement which will set up
According to new figures from the UNODC, Colombia is witnessing a significant upsurge
According to the World Drug Report 2017 from the UNODC, the global illicit drug market is
Spanish and Ecuadorian authorities seized 5 tonnes of cocaine hidden in a cargo vessel at Santa Elena, Ecuador, and bound to Spain via Panama. The haul is estimated at $250m and is considered as one of the largest cocaine seizures to date. Twenty individuals were arrested on charges of drug trafficking.