The training course “Modern methods to verify authenticity of travel documents and technology of profiling of persons crossing borders” was held between 5th and 8th of November 2018 in the Academy of Border Guard Service of the National Security Committee of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
The course was organized for border control officers of the Republic of Kazakhstan by a component of Subprogramme 1 of the Regional Programme of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime for Central Asia “Countering trafficking of Afghan opiates via the Northern Route by enhancing the capacity of key border crossings points (BCPs) and through the establishment of border liaison offices (BLOs)”.
During the 4-day course participants addressed various questions and studied in detail how to identify facts of border crossings by individuals with forged documents, learned means used to paper documents’ protection and ways to protect and possibility of forgery of seals.
CARICC analysts presented information about the potential of the Centre, as well as observed drug situation in Afghanistan and Member States of CARICC.
The material learned was consolidated in practical trainings on travel and identification documents.