The MCBS-EU project has promoted the signing of a protocol for the reinforced exchange of information between the Interpol National Central Offices of the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Jamaica
Through the MCBS-EU cooperation project, which is financed by the European Union in the Caribbean and is managed by the FIIAPP, with the support of the European Union delegation of Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Jamaica, the International meeting of Interpol NCBs in Santo Domingo, for the Interpol Working Group (IWG) and the Working Group on Organised Crime (WGOC) has been held.
This meeting ended with the signing of a protocol for the reinforced exchange of information between the three countries, which will speed up the fight against organised crime and human trafficking in the region.
Collaboration between the countries involved is essential to combat transnational organised crime around the world. The need to exchange police information, establish contacts between the different countries that allow investigations to be addressed from a global perspective, and not merely territorial, and to have well-trained officials, are some of the essential requirements to prevent and combat transnational organised crime.
This signing represents a historic step in the region, which has various languages and special characteristics that need to be coordinated in order to be more effective in improving security for the citizens of their countries.
After a year of work, the highest-ranked police officers of the corresponding units have ratified the work protocol promoted and sponsored by the MCBS project.