Crime Investigators’ Training Kicks Off

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Thirty officers drawn from the Directorate of Criminal Investigation's Anti-Narcotics Unit, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, Fish and Wildlife and Customs and Border patrol are undergoing training in a Nairobi hotel.

The five-day intensive training aimed to sharpen the officers' intelligence analysis in the Investigation to enhance their capacity to target and disrupt illicit drug trafficking.

The training, whose official opening was presided by the Deputy Director DCI Dr Hamisi Masa this morning, has been facilitated by the United States Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) at Tribe Hotel in Nairobi.

While addressing the course participants, the Deputy Director emphasised the need for such training stating that the forum provides an appropriate platform for fruitful discussions to appreciate threats and come up with appropriate measures in intelligence analysis and sharing.

Further, he thanked the training facilitators for their continued partnership, adding that they had shown that the idea behind capacity building is to lighten each other's paths.

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