December 14, 2017

Police hold workshop on combating wildlife and forest crimes

Workshop on combating wildlife and forest crimes in progress.
Workshop on combating wildlife and forest crimes in progress.

THE Myanmar Police Force and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) organised a national-level workshop on the prevention and combating of wildlife and forest crimes at the Park Royal Hotel in Nay Pyi Taw on Tuesday, 7 June.
At the meeting, the Vice Police Major General of the Myanmar Police Force delivered an opening speech, and Mr Giovanni Broussard, the Regional Coordinator of the UNODC Global Programme on Combatting Wildlife and Forest crimes in Southeast Asia, and representatives of government departments elaborated on the progress of their work on the prevention and combating against wildlife and forest crimes, law enactment and future plans.
Also present at the workshop were officers from Office of the Supreme Court of the Union , the Union Attorney General’s Office, the Department of Forestry, the Environmental Conservation Department, the Customs Department,  the Anti-corruption Commission and the Forest Police.

 

 

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