ILEA completed courses on Public Corruption, which were developed by the FBI

The Public Corruption course, organized by the Federal Bureau of Investigation of the United States of America (FBI) during a one-week period, officially came to an end today.

The purpose of this important training is to share specific practices and techniques used in the investigation of corruption-related cases to enable law enforcement agencies to review ethical standards of conduct and identify red flags of potentially corrupt officials.

A total of 33 law enforcement officers from Bahamas, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Peru, Uruguay and El Salvador participated in the course.