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UNODC coordinates an internship at the Directorate of Criminal Analysis of the Public Ministry


Guatemala City, June 24, 2019. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime for Central America and the Caribbean (UNODC ROPAN) through its office in Guatemala, within the framework of the Project "Expanding the Access to Justice for Women, Children and Indigenous Communities", coordinated an internship at the Directorate of Criminal Analysis of the Public Ministry, aimed to strengthen the criminal analysis capabilities of the National Civil Police.  

Selected members of the National Civil Police were given the opportunity of this internship based on their leadership, commitment and constant dedication.

Six (6) members of the Statistical Analysis Department of the Criminal Investigation Division (DEIC) were provided with a five (5) day program to increase their knowledge in terms of criminal analysis, connection of cases and criminal phenomenon, financial, communications and statistic analysis, use of databases and software for analysis, analysis of open information (OSINT) and mapping.

UNODC develops strengthening actions in criminal analysis in the Subdirectorate of Criminal Investigation of the National Civil Police, as for example a 240 hours training on Criminal Analysis, renovation of the Department of Analysis and endowment of equipment and specialized software. This was achieved due to the generous support of the Peace Consolidation Fund in Guatemala.

UNODC acknowledges the support of the Public Ministry for the transfer of capacities to the National Civil Police and for strengthening inter-institutional coordination.