The CARICOM Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (IMPACS) in collaboration with the Commonwealth of Dominica Police Force and the Ministry of National Security will conduct a five day training workshop for CARICOM Border Security officers at the national level.
The Agency is the nerve center of the Region’s new multilateral Crime and Security management architecture, specifically designed to administer a collective response to the Crime and Security priorities of Member States under the directives of, and with reporting responsibility to the Council of Ministers of National Security and Law Enforcement. IMPACS core functions include.
- The implementation of actions agreed by the Council relating to crime and security;
- The development and implementation of projects in furtherance of the Agency’s objectives;
- And Providing a clearing house for relevant information in matters relating to crime and security among others.
Today’s training is coordinated under the agreement with the European Union 10th EDF Programme and was held at the Flamboyant Hotel from 9am today.