Print Edition - 2014-05-20 | Nation
Meet on combating transnational crime
May 19, 2014-
The 17th FBI National Academy Associates Retraining conference kicked off on Saturday on the theme “United in Combating Transnational Crimes in 21st Century”.
FBINAA is an association of nearly 18,000 members of law enforcement agencies worldwide, who are graduates of the FBI National Academy Programme, a professional course of study for US and international law enforcement agencies.
Inaugurating the conference, Prime Minister Sushil Koirala said transnational crimes such as human trafficking and drugs smuggling need a consolidated effort among law enforcement agencies to tackle.
The five-day event will discuss topics including police operation tactics, human trafficking, wildlife crimes and trafficking, high-tech crimes and cyber threats, negotiations and law enforcement collaboration, law enforcement media considerations and other policing issues.
DIG Kesh Bahadur Shahi, president of the Asia Pacific chapter of FBINAA, said they will also have special focus on security measures opted by the state during the second Constituent Assembly election.
The conference, attended by Assistant Director of FBI International Operation Division John Boles and Legate Daniel Clegg of US Embassy, New Delhi, has brought together FBI graduates from 18 countries.
Published: 20-05-2014 10:24