CBI to host the First Interpol Global Programme on Anti-Corruption and Asset Recovery for Investigators and Prosecutors from 13th to 18th February, 2012.

Press Release
New Delhi , 11.02.2012

            The Central Bureau of Investigation will be hosting the first ever Interpol Global Programme on Anti-Corruption and Asset Recovery for Investigators and Prosecutors from 13th to 18th February, 2012 in CBI (HQ), Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

 

            The programme is being inaugurated by Hon'ble Union Minister of State (PMO & Personnel) Shri V.Narayanasamy on Monday, 13th February, 2012.

 

            This will be the first such International Training Programme of its kind for police officers, investigators and prosecutors of the Interpol member countries and will be jointly conducted by the Interpol's Anti-Corruption Office (ACO) and the Central Bureau of Investigation.

 

            The purpose of this Global Programme is to enhance the knowledge and skills of investigators and prosecutors in tracking assets of mass corruption, and making effective use of legal assistance in international and trans-border investigations.

 

            This Programme will be attended by 30 police officers, investigators and prosecutors from various INTERPOL member countries from across the world, including Australia, Afghanistan, China, Hongkong, Sri Lanka, United Kingdom, Indonesia, Fiji, Malaysia, Nepal, Singapore, Phillipines and India.

 

            Various Sessions of the programme will be addressed by Senior officers of the Interpol & the CBI. Representatives of the UNODC, Senior Officers of the Enforcement Directorate, Experts from the American Bar Association, Chartered Accountants and Cyber Forensic experts will also share their experience expertise with the participants.

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