Published March 26, 2021
The course on Leadership for Women in Law Enforcement, which was taught virtually by specialists in the field from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center of the United States of America (FLETC), ended today.
More than 50 women representatives from Argentina, Belize, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Paraguay, Peru and El Salvador received training on gender stereotypes, different leadership personalities, planning and career objectives within law enforcement.
As part of the training program, a panel forum was held with the special participation of three guests, Angela Brueckman, director of ILEA Budapest, Rosario Lopez Wong, senior prosecutor and national coordinator of specialized prosecutors in crimes of trafficking in persons and coordinator of the Central Unit for Victim and Witness Assistance of Peru, and Yeni Berenice Reynoso, Director General of Prosecution of the Public Prosecutor's Office of the Dominican Republic.
During the closing ceremony, the director of ILEA San Salvador for the Government of El Salvador, Juan Henriquez, recognized the courage and capacity of women law enforcement officers to lead units, operations and institutions dedicated to combating transnational crime.