ECOWAS Support Project

 

EMPOWERING LAW ENFORCEMENT BODIES IN WEST AFRICA 

The Training Programme enhances the capacity of judicial and enforcement authorities and strengthen sub-regional and regional cooperation and coordination. Since the beginning of the project, building capacities is in the heart of its activities. Law Enforcement bodies from Mali, Burkina, Guinea Bissau, Niger, have been reinforced. Several other countries are on the 2017 list.

 

Training activities: on operational techniques to counter international drug trafficking: Mali, Benin, Togo, Niger, Sierra Leone, Burkina Faso, Guinea-Bissau, Cote d'Ivoire ...

Outcomes: More than 100 Law Enforcement Officers trained in various ECOWAS Countries

  Operational Techniques: The training provided includes countering international drug trafficking, combating synthetic drugs including methamphetamine, operational techniques of interdiction in port areas…

 

 
Partners: Ministries of Interior, Police, Gendarmeries, Judiciary, Counter narcotics Units…   Studies & Reports: Country Reports assessments on several countries: Mali, Mauritania, Burkina, Sierra Leone…
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