CORMS

Cocaine Route Monitoring and Support Project

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AIRCOP

Airport Communication Programme to strengthen anti-drug capacities at selected airports in Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America

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SEACOP

Seaport Cooperation Project, strengthening cooperation in addressing maritime trafficking in West Africa, and the Eastern Caribbean

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PRELAC

Prevention of the diversion of drugs precursors in the Latin American and Caribbean region

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GAFILAT-EU

Supporting Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Crime Initiatives in Latin America

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AML-WA

Supporting Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Crime Initiatives in West Africa

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AMERIPOL-EU

Strengthening cooperation of law enforcement, judicial and prosecuting authorities in Latin America and the Caribbean

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WAPIS

Facilitating the collection, centralisation, management, sharing and analysis of police information in West Africa

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CRIMJUST

Strengthening criminal investigation and criminal justice along the Cocaine Route in Latin America, the Caribbean and Western Africa

The Cocaine Route Monitoring and Support (CORMS) project was established to increase the synergies between all the components of the Cocaine Route Programme as well as to improve coordination with other initiatives in the fight against organised crime and drug trafficking.

The purpose of the project is to ensure closer monitoring of all components of the Cocaine Route Programme and strengthen coordination, coherence and complementarity among the various components of the Cocaine Route Programme at regional and trans-regional level, both within the programme itself (internal coherence) and with respect to any other relevant initiative, regardless whether it is planned or carried out by the EU as such, EU member states bilaterally or multilaterally or other international and regional actors (external coherence).

This project is implemented by the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI).

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