30 Law Enforcement Officers Trained on Public Corruption

Under the commitment to professionalize the investigative work of law enforcement officers in the fight against crime in the region, ILEA San Salvador closed this Friday the second course on public corruption developed this year. 

The training program was developed by the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to teach specific techniques used in the investigation of corruption-related cases,  to examine ethical standards of conduct and to identify red flags for officials potentially involved in these practices.

A total of 30 law enforcement officers from Antigua and Barbuda, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Honduras, Grenada, Honduras, St. Kitts and Nevis, Paraguay, Peru and El Salvador participated in the course.