Training on open source internet investigations in Jordan

headline Amman, Jordan 20 March 2017
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Training on open source internet investigations in Jordan

From 20 to 23 March 2017, the Council of Europe has been offering a 3 days training on:  Open source internet investigations in Amman, Jordan. The training was organised in cooperation with the Jordan Integrity and Anti-Corruption Commission (JIACC), tailored made for investigators from JIACC and officials from the Anti-Money Laundering Unit and Public Security Directorate.

The aim of the training was to increase participants’ skills to use the internet safely as an intelligence tool when carrying out corruption related inquiries and investigations including here investigation and search engine based techniques and tools on processing information from social media.

The training was organised in the framework of the Project “Promotion of good governance: fight against corruption, money-laundering and the financing of terrorism” (SNAC 2 Jordan), which is part of the Council of Europe/European Union Joint Programme “Towards Strengthened Democratic Governance in the Southern Mediterranean” (South Programme 2).