As a part of the SECOPA Project, implemented by UNODC and with funding from the European Union, Panamanian penitentiary staff participated in a training session focused on the challenges of working with prisoners with special needs. The training session took place on July 24th and centered on care for foreign national prisoners, prisoners with mental health needs, older prisioners, indigenous, and women. [Read More]
As part of the support the Regional Office of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Central America and the Caribbean is giving him the Judicial Authority Panama in the implementation and evaluation of the adversarial criminal system, the Regional Representative of UNODC ROPAN, Amado Philip Andrew, accompanied the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Jose Ayu Prado Canals, during a field visit to Müna, Besiko, Kusapin and Kankintú, the districts of Ngäbe Bugle.[Read More]
Within the framework of the Memorandum of Understanding signed by UNODC and the El Salvador National Police for the establishment of the Cybercrime Unit in the Division of Research, a number of a series of training activities have been developed to strengthen the capacities of criminal justice professionals in the prevention and fight against cybercrime in El Salvador.[Read More]
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- 6/27/14 - Office of the Attorney General of Barbados joined the world in celebrating the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.