Strengthening UK Cybercrime Cooperation with Vietnam, Thailand and China

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Cybil code: G0090

Status: Finished

From: Apr 2013

To: Mar 2014



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This project improved the UK’s cybercrime collaboration with Asian partners and encouraged increased collaboration within the region and with the UK.  The UK partnered with the Interpol Global Centre for Innovation in Singapore.  The project held a UK-China conference on cybercrime focused on practical, operational law enforcement cooperation.  In Vietnam, the main activity was a Safeguarding for Children training at the British Vietnamese International School in Hanoi, attended by over 100 teachers, parents, NGOs, social workers and law enforcement from across the country.  This took a train the trainers approach, so that future courses could be run locally.  Training material was translated into nine languages, including Thai and Vietnamese.  In Thailand, the project ran a Best Practice in Online Investigation training attended by 25 Royal Thai Police Officers.  Alongside all three events were a number of relationship building meetings between UK law enforcement officers and their local counterparts.  After these events there was an increase in the two way flow of operational intelligence between the UK and the Asian partner countries.

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