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GLACY+: Specialized course on international cooperation for prosecutors and judges delivered in Costa Rica

ONLINE 3-6 August 2021
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GLACY+: Specialized course on international cooperation for prosecutors and judges delivered in Costa Rica

About 20 Costa Rican prosecutors and judges benefited through the GLACY+ Project from a specialized course on international cooperation aimed at better preparing the judicial authorities to investigate cybercrime cases and handle e-evidence in accordance with the standards and tools provided by the Budapest Convention on cybercrime and its additional protocols.

During the 4-day course (3-6 August), the participants had the opportunity to discuss the multiple aspects of the international cooperation in the field of cybercrimes and electronic evidence such as the global economy, the public-private partnerships, the informal channels for international cooperation and many more.

The course was jointly delivered by international experts and a national trainer, previously trained under the GLACY+ Project and benefited also from the support of the US Department of Justice.

Costa Rica became a Party to the Budapest Convention in January 2018 and has been a priority country for the GLACY+ Project since then.