Dili – Deputy Commissioner of the Anti-Corruption Commission Manuel Bucar yesterday (23/2) officially opened a two-days training on Economic and Financial Crime to more than 20 CAC investigators. The training is funded by United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes (UNODC) at Hotel Timor Dili and delivered by UNODC’s Anti-Corruption Expert, Mr. Antonio de Vivo.
The objective of the training is to improve CAC’s investigators capacity to analyze financial crimes that occur in Timor-Leste. The two-day training is as part of implementation of MoU between UNODC and CAC that signed in August 2014, UNODC presence in Timor-Leste is to support law enforcement agencies in Timor-Leste such as CAC by providing technical assistance and capacity building program to this respective institution.
Deputy Commissioner in his intervention told CAC’s investigators to make use of the training as an opportunity to enhance their capacity and knowledge. Investigators must make use of every training opportunity in Timor-Leste or overseas.
“I hope that this two-days training can help the investigator in doing your work and also as tool to refresh what you have studied in Timor or overseas,” said Deputy Commissioner Bucar
The two days training is a continued support from UNODC, for the past two years UNODC has been provided training in the area of investigation, interrogation, anti-money laundering, computer forensic and digital evidence, etc. (*)