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Balkans: ICITAP Partners with DOJ Agencies and Croatian Law Enforcement to Deliver Cybercrime Training for Organized Crime Investigators

On April 23, ICITAP-Croatia completed a week-long Cybercrime for Organized Crime Investigators training as a part of the Partnership for Education regional law enforcement training program. This training gathered law enforcement professionals from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Serbia. The training was tailored to present, familiarize and equip participants with skills, techniques, and methodologies to better investigate and process organized crime criminal cases involving cybercrime component and at the same time minimize requests for assistance usually sent to respective Cybercrime Units. The training was delivered by the Croatian Criminal Police's Service for Cybernetic Security, Federal Bureau of Investigation's Cybercrime Division and DOJ's International Computer Hacking & Intellectual Property Section Attorney for Central, Eastern and Southern Europe, stationed at the U.S. Embassy in Zagreb. In Croatia, ICITAP works with the support of and in coordination with the State Department’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL).

Updated August 11, 2023