Madrid launches a project against international cocaine trafficking “on a global level”

The Ministry of the Interior announces that this Wednesday the inauguration of the first of the strategic meetings to be held within the framework of the Project took place at the offices of the Civil Guard Association in Madrid. Global Drug Intelligence Network (Mr.).

The meeting was attended by the General Chief of the Judicial Police, Alfonso López Malo, the project manager of unit E.4 of the General Directorate of Immigration and Home Affairs of the European Commission, Petar Kovachev, the team leader of the Department of Justice and Rule of Law of FIIAPP, Gema Villegas and the director of the National Unit to Combat Drug Trafficking of the Polícia Judiciária of Portugal, Artur Vaz. They have also attended responsible for anti-drug trafficking units of the countries involved in the project.

The act / Ministry of Interior

The GDIN Project arises with the purpose of dismantle criminal organizations globally through the exchange of information between law enforcement agencies and the development of joint and coordinated operations that achieve the indicated goal, as well as the intervention of economic assets, becoming a pioneering platform to fight against cocaine trafficking globally, from the field of police investigation and with the support of the Network of Ibero-American Prosecutors.

The development of the project, initially planned for 24 months, is based on three fundamental elements. First of all, the strategic meetings that allow establishing a network of high-level contacts, where police representatives from the different countries with decision-making capacity know and make known the capabilities of the rest, promoting the actions that are decided throughout the project.

Participants in the event / Ministry of Interior

Second, the establishment of a Anti-Drug Criminal Intelligence Center (CICA), which will be constituted as Civil Guard units to allow analysts from different countries to work together. And finally, the training sessions to update those who investigate the latest trends and modus operandi.

Different conferences and activities will be held until November 9, which will be the starting point of the new organization.

The entrance Madrid launches a project against international cocaine trafficking “on a global level” was first published in Narcodiary.

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