ICAR co-hosts conference for the Caribbean States on the recovery of proceeds from wildlife and forest crimes
In early December 2014, at the invitation of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the International Center of Asset Recovery (ICAR), along with other key organisations including ARINSA, CARIN and INTERPOL, co-hosted a conference on the recovery of proceeds from wildlife and forest crimes held in Panama City, Panama.
The conference programme was designed to address some 20 prosecutors and investigators from different government agencies from a number of Caribbean States for the purpose of raising their awareness of proceeds of crime and money laundering related to wildlife and forest crimes.
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