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    INTERNATIONAL VISITOR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM TOWARDS A MORE SAFE AND SECURE WORLD: COOPERATIVE EFFORTS IN COMATING INTERNATIONAL CRIME

    Thursday, April 26, 2018 INTERNATIONAL VISITOR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM TOWARDS A MORE SAFE AND SECURE WORLD: COOPERATIVE EFFORTS IN COMATING INTERNATIONAL CRIME A Regional Project for Europe Mayor Jack O’Reilly and Chief Ronald Haddad hosted on Thursday April 26 an International Delegation representing 20 countries to discuss community engagement/partnerships and balancing civil liberties with law enforcement and security. Building the Community Trust was a point of great interest. ONE DEARBORN gets it right!!! These visitors are invited to the United States under the auspices of the Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program. Their program is arranged by World Learning. PROFESSIONAL OBJECTIVES The Department of State has outlined the following specific objectives for the project: • Foster greater global cooperation against terrorism and other transnational crime threats; • Explore methods to neutralize global criminal activities such as drug trafficking, trafficking in persons, money laundering, and countering extremism; • Address the impact of transnational crime on the global economy; • Survey the U.S. criminal justice system and review how its principles are applied to international crime prosecution; • Examine ways to strengthen partnerships between community-based organizations and law enforcement officials; and, • Address issues of balancing law enforcement and security with the preservation of civil liberties. GLOBAL PARTICANTS FROM: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Macedonia, Netherlands, Norway, Serbia, Slovakin, Spain, and United Kingdom

     

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