El PAcCTO supports the strengthening of cross-border cooperation through the implementation of Latin American Police Cooperation Centres
Buenos Aires hosted a meeting attended by representatives from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay to examine the , legislative, geographical and operational conditions relating to the implementation of (CLCP, in its Spanish acronym). The of the centres is to exchange information between , customs and gendarmeries to strengthen the fight against transnational organised crime.
Likewise, this meeting, which was coordinated by the police cooperation component of EL PAcCTO, made it possible to create a , to programme precise activities and define priorities for each country in order to fulfil commitments that strengthen
Furthermore, this meeting deepened knowledge regarding (CCPA, in its Spanish acronym) that serve as a cooperation platform between two or more neighbouring countries. In addition, were presented in relation to implementing the CLCP that is to be inaugurated shortly in , on the border between Costa Rica and Panama.
El PAcCTO has made it possible to the with CCPAs with a view to of information and trust between the Costa Rican and Panamanian .
CLPCs are adapted to the needs of each border point through activities such as in migration matters, border that affects bordering countries, such as , , , and , among others.
EL PAcCTO is a programme financed by the European Union and implemented by FIIAPP and Expertise France, with the support of IILA and Camões. Covering the penal chain as a whole, its main objective is the fight against transnational organised crime and the strengthening of the institutions responsible for guaranteeing citizen security in 18 Latin American countries.