Corruption is the biggest global challenge confronting the Governments : Director CBI
INVC NEWS New Delhi , Anil Sinha Director Central Bureau of Investigation today delivered the Valedictory Address on the conclusion of 2-weeks’ Exclusive Training Programme of Police Officers from Nepal on “Financial Fraud, Corruption & Illicit Enrichment” at CBI(HQ), New Delhi. The training programme was conducted by CBI Academy for 19 officers from Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA), Nepal. Speaking on the occasion, Shri Sinha said that and the citizens and stressed on the need for efficient and dynamic capacity building programme for police organisations across the world. He emphasised the requirement of upgrading the standards of investigation by law enforcement agencies of the country to tackle modern day white collar crimes. Director CBI also highlighted that a record number of 243 officers of Nepal Police Force have visited India to participate in training programs like Investigation of Bank Frauds Cases, Cyber Crimes Cases, Economic Offences, Investigation under Prevention of Money Laundering Act, Investigation of Procurement and Contract Frauds, Intelligence Collection & Discreet Enquiries, Crimes against Children and INTERPOL Global Programme on Anti Corruption and Asset Recovery in the past six years. Various sessions in the training module included, Investigation of Net Banking Frauds; Plastic Cards & ATM Frauds; Wild Life Crimes; E-Banking Frauds & Online Financial Frauds; Forensic Accounting & its use in detecting corruption cases; financial frauds & illicit assets; Counterfeit Currency & forgery of documents along with case studies; Examination of Fraudulent Travel Documents; Investigation of Money Laundering & Foreign Exchange related cases; Latest International Development & attachment of property; Overseas Investigation in Financial Frauds & Corruption cases; role of Interpol; Anti Human Trafficking & other crime against women & children; NDPS case studies; Importance of electronic Surveillance in cases of bribery; Prosecution & difficulties in bribery cases; Different stages of Investigation in Disproportionate Assets Cases (Illicit Enrichment); Hands on –DA Calculations with case studies; Detection of illicit assets in corruption & financial crime cases; Internet Frauds relating to Financial & corruption cases & Abuse of official position in Insurance Frauds, were addressed by Senior CBI officers; Bank officers; Forensic Experts; Legal officers; CFSL officers; Deputy Director, FIC; Secretary, ACFE-India; DDG, NCB; Joint Director, Enforcement, Chief Vigilance Officer and District & Sessions Judge. Shri Rabi Raj Khadka, Deputy Superintendent of Police from CIAA, Nepal also shared views and experiences out of this training programme.The Valedictory Session was attended by Director of Prosecution, Shri O.P.Verma and other senior officers of CBI.