INTERPOL training ASEAN on integrated border management


November 22, 2016 Comments (0) ASEAN, EU-ASEAN News, Political Affairs

25 October – 3 November | Bangkok

Enhancing border security across Southeast Asia was the focus of an INTERPOL training course held in the framework of the EU-ASEAN Migration and Border Management Programme II. Hosted by the Royal Thai Police, the nine-day train-the-trainer course on integrated border management aimed to build the capacity of countries in the region to address crimes such as illegal immigration and people smuggling, using INTERPOL’s global policing capabilities, including its I-24/7 secure police communications system, global Notice alerts, and databases such as its Stolen and Lost Travel Documents database, as well as human rights-based approach to trafficking in persons. For more information, please see the press release.

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