Training on interagency cooperation in detection and investigation of drug proceeds laundering
CARICC hosted a training course on interagency cooperation in detecting and investigating drug proceeds laundering in December 9-13.
The event was organized by the Academy of Law Enforcement Agencies under the Prosecutor General's Office in cooperation with CARICC, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Financial Monitoring Committee of the Ministry of Finance with the support of the INL Section of the U.S. Embassy to Kazakhstan, the OSCE Programme Office in Nur-Sultan and UNODC.
The training was attended by representatives of the Prosecutor's Office, police, economic investigation and financial monitoring units from 4 regions of the Republic of Kazakhstan: Shymkent city, Almaty, Zhambyl and Kyzylorda regions.
Participants of the training worked out mechanisms of interaction between different agencies, including law enforcement agencies, financial intelligence units, economic investigation services, prosecutor's offices and the judiciary in a single case on contactless sale of drugs, followed by analysis of its financial component, determination of money-laundering schemes based on practice and typology of completed criminal cases.
In the long run, such training will enable to develop an effective mechanism for interagency cooperation and increase detection of drug proceeds laundering.