09/05 Interpol Finds Organized Crime’s Fingerprints on Gold Mining. Interpol’s new analysis for law enforcement, the international police force, shows “the clear involvement of organised criminals in illegal gold mining, taking advantage of surging gold prices and leaving severe environmental degradation in their wake.”
10/05 Organised crime in Kenya and new technology. The advancement of technology has been identified as a major stumbling block against the war on emerging and trans-national organised crime in Kenya and the region.
11/05 EU project helped Trinidad and Tobago progress against the cocaine trade. National Security Minister Fitzgerald Hinds has said the Seaport Co-operation (SEACOP) project has helped Trinidad and Tobago make significant progress in dealing with cocaine trafficking and improved the country’s border-surveillance abilities.
15/05 Paraguay: International Joint Operation Dismantles Network that Sent Cocaine to Europe. The Paraguayan National Anti-Drug Secretariat (SENAD) and international European institutions have made headway with Operation North Atlantic, which seeks to dismantle a criminal group that sent cocaine via containers to the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, and Spain.
16/05 Africa: Kenya Hosts Delegates From 32 Countries to Discuss Transnational Organized Crime in Africa. Kenya is hosting the 4th General Conference of African, the Indian Ocean, and The East Africa Association Prosecutors, 2022 to enhance collaboration and efficiency amongst the African States in combating crime.