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Belize Cybercrime Unit Trained in Investigation and Digital Forensics

Belize, 4 August 2020. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime for Central America and the Caribbean (UNODC ROPAN) through the Global Programme on Cybercrime delivered a training on basics of cybercrime investigation and digital evidence for all the members of Belize Police Department’s Cybercrime Unit, including supervisors, investigators, and digital forensic analysts.

The training was provided as two intense full-day sessions held in July and August. The topics covered were tools and techniques for digital forensics and open source intelligence.
This training is the first in a series of specific activities that will be delivered together with Belize Cybercrime Unit, in the framework of a comprehensive initiative to strengthen Belize’s capacities to effectively investigate cybercrime.
At the end of the training, a series of open-source tools were explained and provided so the Cybercrime Unit can start soon applying the skills developed in their activities. The training closed with a hands-on challenge.
This training has been made possible thanks to the funding from the Canadian and Norwegian governments to the UNODC Global Programme on Cybercrime.