Review of Passports at Seaports

Module 5 of 6

This module covers how passports can be examined to reveal likely drug traffickers.

CONTRIBUTING GOVT/AGENCYUNODC
LANGUAGEEnglish
TARGET AUDIENCEPractitioners
METHOD OF LEARNINGE-Learning
DURATION70-100 min
DELIVERY DATE (if applicable)-
PRE-REQUISITE-
COST (if applicable)-
IS THE COURSE/CURRICULUM AVAILABLE? (if applicable)Yes
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

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Six Modules in this series:

  1. Introduction to Interdiction Techniques at Seaports
  2. Risk Assessment at Seaports
  3. Risk Profiling at Seaports
  4. Selection Methods at Seaports
  5. Review of Passports at Seaports
  6. Conclusion to Interdiction at Seaports

The Bali Process Border Management Roundtable Discussion – Risks and Emerging Issues in People Smuggling and Trafficking in Persons by Air

To support Bali Process Member States in strengthening border management and cooperation, the Regional Support Officer of the Bali Process (RSO), with support from Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation (JCLEC) organized a 3-day Border Management Roundtable Discussion – Risks and Emerging Issues in People Smuggling and Trafficking in Persons by Air.

Regional Workshop to Enhance Information Sharing on Maritime Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants

On 1-2 November, in Jakarta, Indonesia, the RSO and UNODC hosted the United States funded, Regional Workshop to Enhance Information Sharing on Maritime Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants.  The workshop brought together representatives of Member States to discuss and share experiences to enhance regional law enforcement information sharing on maritime smuggling and trafficking.

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