On April 15, ICITAP completed a two-day online workshop titled 'Leadership Today.'
On April 14, ICITAP-Montenegro’s mission provided an update on ICITAP’s continued efforts to strengthen the country’s capacity to combat transnational organized crime and to accede to the European Union.
On April 14, ICITAP-Philippines Attaché Juan Bortfeld led his senior U.S. advisory team to deliver an exceptional presentation about ICITAP’s law enforcement assistance mission to 145 interagency and international participants, by leveraging a number of audio-visual tools and covered the context, 15-year history, successes, challenges, and opportunities of ICITAP’s work in the Philippines.
On April 13, the Ministry of Interior and Police of the Dominican Republic initiated transformative procedures to promote change of law enforcement throughout the nation.
On April 12, the ICITAP-Ukraine mission provided an update on the impact of the ICITAP-trained Territorial Community Police Officers (TCPO) work in Ukraine's rural regions to prevent numerous wildfires.
On April 12, ICITAP-Albania Law Enforcement Assistance Attaché joined the Director of the National Bureau of Investigations and the Albanian Security Academy Director to deliver opening remarks for the long-anticipated and historic start of NBI Investigator training.
On April 12, the Director General of the Dominican National Police approved a strategy to promote effective crisis management and foster police transformation.
On April 12, ICITAP-Kosovo’s Attaché joined the U.S. Ambassador to Kosovo and the State Department’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL) for an introductory meeting with the recently appointed Minister of Internal Affairs .
In the month of April, the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) recognizes National Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Month (SAAM). We take this moment to reflect on the strength and resilience of survivors and victims, the perseverance of advocates, and the dedication of the professionals in many fields who support those who experience sexual assault. Sexual assault can be a life-changing trauma for far too many of our neighbors, colleagues, family, and friends. The CDC has found that...
On April 7 and 8, the ICITAP Advisor to the Senegalese Inter-Ministerial Counterterrorism Prevention & Response and Coordination Task Force (CICO), participated in United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC) consultative meetings to discuss Counterterrorism (CT)-related criminal legislation. Meeting participants hailed from CICO, the Senegalese Intelligence Community, Ministry of Justice, and UNODC. The CICO Chief of Staff represented the agency and spoke of the need for clear legislative authority to enhance CICO’s ability to coordinate and collaborate with the intelligence and security sectors, and the benefits such collaboration would provide to the national CT capacity. In Senegal, ICITAP works with the support of and in partnership with the State Department’s Bureau of Counterterrorism.