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Training in Cybercrime Basics and Digital Evidence in Belize

Belize, 19 April 2021. 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 addressed to prosecutors, investigators, and digital forensic analysts in countering cybercrime. The training took place from 12 to 15 April 2021.
The objective of this twelve-hour training was to develop participants’ skills to effectively detect cybercrime, as well as to recognize the implications of recent developments in digital technologies for the commission of crime.
Different topics were developed, such as understanding how criminals uses digital technology, criminal law applied to cybercrime, the darknet, and cryptocurrencies basics.
Furthermore, Belize Police Department Cybercrime Unit delivered a presentation about how law is enforced in cyberspace and the tools at its disposal to achieve this endeavour.
This training has been made possible thanks to the funding from the Canadian governments to the UNODC Global Programme on Cybercrime.