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Judicial officials of Panama are trained in cybercrime

Panama, May 20, 2020. The Project to Consolidate the Adversarial Criminal Reform in Panama of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime for Central America and the Caribbean (UNODC ROPAN) delivered an online training to judicial officials with the aim of offering tools to combat the cybercrime.   

Eight public defenders, one assistant victim advocate, six public defenders of victims, seven guarantee judges and ten trial judges from the Adversarial System participated in this two-week course.

The training was facilitated by UNODC experts Nayelly Loya and Carlos Rosa, experts from UNODC's Global Cybercrime Programme.
Topics covered in the workshop included use of technology to commit crimes; the Internet of things and criminal structures on the Internet.

UNODC supports States members in criminal justice reform in order to strengthen the rule of law, promote stable and viable criminal justice systems.