CRIMJUST, in collaboration with AIRCOP and the Global Programme against Money-Laundering (GPML), held a Regional Specialized Training Course on Cash Couriers in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on 4 and 5 December.
Between 20 and 24 November, CRIMJUST held a 5 day working group meeting in the city of Santos, Brazil, home to one of Latin America’s largest and busiest container sea ports. In accordance with the Brazilian federal police and NCB Brasilia,
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
The Dominican Republic’s National Drug Control Office (DNCD), AIRCOP, the Support Program to Combat Organized Crime in the Caribbean Region (ALCORCA) and the Dominican Republic Crime and Security Cooperation Project (PROCCSE) provided a “Specialized Course on Air Cargo” between 15 and 20 October in Santo Domingo.
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.
After the signature, at the end of August, of the Letter of Agreement between UNODC and the State of Nigeria represented by National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) for the implementation of the AIRCOP’s Joint Airport Interdiction Task Forces (JAITF) of Abuja, the initial training of the future task-force has been delivered between 25 September and 6 October.
Nine officers from Constabulary Force and Customs Agency of Jamaica attended the Joint Maritime Control Unit (JMCU) training course provided under the SEACOP framework, between 25 and 29 September in Port Royal.
INTERPOL delivered a four day training workshop in Accra, Ghana from 26 to 29 September 2017 to approximately 40 participants from various law enforcement agencies and units, under the framework of CRIMJUST.
CRIMJUST took part at the 27th Meeting of Heads of National Drug Law Enforcement Agencies, Africa (HONLEAF)
In cooperation with WACAP and the Nigerian Drugs Project, CRIMJUST held a joint training for 30 investigators and prosecutors from Ghana and Nigeria on organised crime and drug trafficking cases between 26 and 28 September.