2 PCTC men attends training in Indonesia PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 01 March 2014 18:12

Two men of the Philippine Center on Transnational Crimes (PCTC)  attended a 20-day training  on skills for People Smuggling Investigators in Jakarta, Indonesia February 10-21.

Chief Insp. Alexander Lorenzo, PCTC Western Mindanao Chief Field Officer said the two men who attended the training were PO2 Mark A. Catingub from Zamboanga City and one from Police Regional Office 11 in Davao City.

The training was hosted by the Jakarta Center for Law Enforcement Coooperation. It was funded by Canada, Australia, New Zealand with international lecturers from Australian Federal Police, Canada Law Enforcers and Immigration, Indonesian Police and New Zealand Police.

The participants were selected police officers from the Philippines, Ghana Africa, Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Indonesia. The course subjects included Investigation on People Smuggler, Document Security Analysis, How to Investigate Migrant who is Assyslum seeker from Other Countries, How a Transnational Crime Violate by Organized Syndicate, The Method on People Smuggling and Why People Seek Assylum to other countries. – Allen Abastillas