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Police officers participate in anti-money laundering workshop

At the opening of the training, the charge d’affaires of the Federal Bureau of Investigation of the US Embassy, ​​ai Joseph Zadrozny, addressed the participants and thanked the RPNGC for their support for a PNG plus secure and more transparent.

“Transnational crime threatens us all, Americans and Papua New Guinea. In June, President Biden gave himself a mandate to bring transparency to the global financial system and close the loopholes that plague democracy.

“I applaud PNG’s efforts to fight corruption and financial crimes. Papua New Guinea is working with us to catch criminals and make the Indo-Pacific safer. “

The training was facilitated at the request of the PNG government to provide their investigators with new skills and knowledge of international best practices for conducting complex financial criminal investigations involving money laundering and corruption.

The sessions covered advanced investigative techniques, FBI case studies, and hands-on exercises.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is part of the United States Department of Justice, where it provides leadership and criminal justice services to national and international agencies and partners.

The FBI Legal Attaché’s office in Canberra covers Australia, PNG and other Pacific island nations.