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Funded by the US Department of State's Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL)

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Our Goals

The Caribbean Anti-Crime Program is a three year program funded by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs. The Program aims to strengthen the capacity of justice sector actors to respond effectively
and efficiently to criminal justice challenges, combat crime, uphold the rule of law, and ensure public safety through a regional approach to widespread problems.

Justice Sector Assistance

Identifies priority criminal justice challenges and designs training interventions to address transnational and
complex crime at both a national and regional level.

Financial Crime

Advances efforts to strengthen civil asset recovery mechanisms, implement anti-money laundering best practices, and
investigate and prosecute other financial crimes throughout the region.

CBSI-Connect Training

Supports the continued implementation of the CBSI-Connect system for virtual training throughout the region.

The dashboard illustrates the work effort per country in support of the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative (CBSI). Each country participated in workshops targeted toward support of critical justice sector initiatives. The dashboard demonstrates the breadth of participation across topics and localities.

Within the dashboard select and deselect country icons to explore individual workshop initiatives as compared to the entirety of engagements. Please note that this is an ongoing project, and data will continue to be updated as the effort continues.


Participants and counting


Of participants are female


Reported skills improvement

Upcoming Events

Cyber-Crime and Security Awareness (TTPS)

June 24, 2020 / CBSI-Connect

Diplomatic Immunity (TTPS)

June 25, 2020 / CBSI-Connect

Mock Trial for Investigators, Attorneys and Judges - SVG

June 29, 2020 / Zoom

Events Calendar

Past Workshops



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