Islamic Republic of Iran


UNODC in Iran Increased Capacity of Iranian Law Enforcement in Intelligence Analysis

Tehran, 20 November 2019 - The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in the Islamic Republic of Iran has successfully planned and organized a training course on "Intelligence Analysis" for Iranian law enforcement including the Anti‐Narcotics Police (ANP), Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU), Police and Airport Police of the Islamic Republic of Iran, from 16 to 20 November 2019.

The training aimed to strengthen the capacity and knowledge of the Iranian law enforcement officers with regards to development and assessment of inferences, analytical charting, processing intelligence and logical briefing and reporting. Training plays an important role under UNODC capacity building activities in line with the Country Partnership Programme in the Islamic Republic of Iran and UNODC has always endeavoured to provide the Iranian counterparts with the latest and highest quality training sessions aimed to increase operational and analytical capacity to counter against drug regional trafficking. The participants have received UNODC graduation certificates.

The event was organized as part of the activities foreseen in the framework of the sub-programme 1 "Border Management and Illicit Trafficking" of UNODC Country Partnership Programme (2015-2019) for the Islamic Republic of Iran through the generous donation of the Government of Japan.


For additional information please contact Hossein Asgarian (Mr.),
Programme Officer, UNODC Country Office in the Islamic Republic of Iran
Tel.: +98 21 88 87 83 77, email: