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June 2019

5 Day Open Source Internet Investigation Course In Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

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We are currently delivering a 5-day Open Source Internet Investigation Course in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.  This course is being delivered to Senior Financial investigation Managers from the Asia region on behalf of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. The UNODC is a global leader in the fight against drugs and international crime.

The course is focused on delivering skills used in financial investigation and transnational asset tracing.  AML has now delivered similar open source intelligence (OSINT) training in 20 jurisdictions, in multiple languages across the globe.  Most recently we delivered 3 OSINT training courses that were accredited by the UKL Skills for Justice Awards body to 44 Investigators in the United Arab Emirates on behalf of the UK NCA National Economic Crime Centre.

Three Day Training Workshop On Mutual Legal Assistance And Asset Recovery.

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AML Consulting (Global) has been in Skopje, North Macedonia this week.

The three-day training workshop we delivered on Mutual Legal Assistance and Asset Recovery was on behalf of the Regional Anti-Corruption Initiative, and AIRE Centre Initiative as part of the capacity building programme focusing on asset recovery.

AML CEO Lawrie Day, Jill Thomas and Fiona Jackson delivered three days of interactive training and used AML’s bespoke immersive training platform View360 Global™. Our Cloud-based platform provides an immersive and interactive learning experience which is well suited to support learning for critical incidents, complex investigations and crisis or risk management.

View360Global allows replicated or made up scenarios to play out in a safe learning environment. Our experienced team engaged with our clients to design a bespoke training program that met the operational requirements, to simulate a corruption based global asset recovery investigation.

The three SME’s have authored a publication entitled “Tools and Best Practices for International Asset Recovery” which will be issued to practitioners in the region and was used to support the training.