PN, PJ and Coast Guard officers trained in border risk analysis against trafficking in human beings

Praia, Jul 23 (Inforpress) – Twenty-three officers from the National Police, Judicial Police and the Armed Forces began a week-long training in Border Risk Analysis on Monday, as part of the Blue Sahel project, funded by the European Union.

The aim of this seminar is to train the trainees to “win the fight in a coordinated and joint way against criminal organizations involved in human trafficking” in order to improve the Cabo Verdean police forces operating capacities in the area of ​​surveillance and fight against organized crime, thus preventing the loss of human lives in the Atlantic waters.

Eighteen police officers, including 16 from the National Police and two from the Judiciary Police, plus five Coast Guard officers, are taking part in this training, which for the Deputy National Director of the National Police for Operational Area will meet the “1st Search and Rescue Course”, also taught by a Spanish Civil Guard specialist, as an asset to the institution”.

Implemented by the Directorate General of the Spanish Civil Guardia, this course encompasses modules such as “Fundamentals of Intelligence, Intelligence Cycles, information analysis and management, border risk analysis, applied risk, transnational criminal intelligence, risk of illegal migration.



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