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Intelligence Agency News – INTERPOL border security training supports female ASEAN officers: MANILA, Philippines – In response to the growing security threats posed by transnational crimes such as human trafficking and migrant smuggling in Southeast Asia, INTERPOL conducted a training course to enhance border security in the region.

The 10-day (23 July to 1 August) integrated border management course brought together 20 female police and immigration officers from nine Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries to review best border management practices, including counterfeit document analysis, identifying human trafficking victims and the use of INTERPOL’s policing capabilities.

With more and more people travelling across international borders every day, police and immigration officers face the growing challenge of identifying criminals attempting to conceal themselves among legitimate cross-border travellers.

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INTERPOL border security training supports female ASEAN officers: MANILA, Philippines – In response to the growing security threats posed by transnational crimes such as human trafficking and migrant smuggling in Southeast Asia, INTERPOL conducted a training course to enhance border security in the region.The 10-day (23 July to 1 August) integrated border management course brought together 20 female police and immigration officers from nine Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries to review best border management practices, including counterfeit document analysis, identifying human trafficking victims and the use of INTERPOL’s policing capabilities.With more and more people travelling across international borders every day, police and immigration officers face the growing challenge of identifying criminals attempting to conceal themselves among legitimate cross-border travellers.With more and more people travelling across international borders every day, police and immigration officers face the growing challenge of identifying criminals attempting to conceal themselves among legitimate cross-border travellers.With more and more people travelling across international borders every day, police and immigration officers face the growing challenge of identifying criminals attempting to conceal themselves among legitimate cross-border travellers.