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UNODC delivers the E-learning training course "Cybercrime-Education for Justice"

El Salvador, January 24, 2023. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), in the framework of the Global Programme on Cybercrime, delivered the E-learning training course "Cybercrime - Education for Justice" to the National Council of the Judiciary and the Judicial Training School of El Salvador.

This course is aimed at justice operators and aims to strengthen capacities, knowledge and skills on cybercrimes and related cases.

It has a series of 14 E4J (Education for justice) university modules on cybercrime, which have been designed in a comprehensive manner with structured content and presented through different resources that offer a complete and interdisciplinary training on this topic.

The modules present topics and resources on various aspects of cybercrime and its investigation covering trends, theories, perspectives, laws, measures and practices on these crimes.

Miguel Calero, President of the National Council of the Judiciary, who indicated that "it is a very valuable resource to have such an enriching training for justice operators and the legal community; we thank UNODC for these actions that will be of benefit to the entire population".

For her part, the Director of the Judicial Training School said: "for us it is a valuable resource that comes to add to the actions that the National Council of the Judiciary has carried out on the subject, definitely these inputs will help us to cover a significant number of recipients through the Judicial Training School".

The coordination of these actions has been carried out since February 2022, when the process of adopting and updating these modules so that they can be installed and used in the virtual learning platform of the Judicial Training School began. These actions are carried out within the framework of the project "Strengthening the security and justice sector of Central America to prevent, identify and prosecute cybercrime, transnational organized crime and related cases through digital evidence: Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador and Belize" funded by the Government of Canada and its component focused on strengthening the authorities in the use of special techniques for investigation, prosecution and efficient punishment of cyber facilitated and cyber dependent crimes.