ILEA San Salvador and ILEA Roswell held symposium on transnational organized crime

The International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA San Salvador), in coordination with ILEA Roswell held the symposium entitled Development and Executive Policy on Transnational Organized Crime, Anti-Corruption and Media Relations, which took place virtually during this week.

The objective of the training is to enable participants to develop a deeper knowledge base related to corruption, as well as an effective mechanism for interacting with the media.

The content was delivered by the Federal Bureau of Investigation of the United States of America to more than 45 law enforcement officers from Argentina, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay and El Salvador. Among the topics covered were cutting-edge methodologies for intelligence, analysis and investigation of corruption offenses, and discussion of strategies and partnerships across international borders in our mutual transnational fight against corruption.