30 Ghanaians officers completed a three-day training course in Fraud Investigation Management

Some thirteen Ghanaians have completed a three-day training course in Fraud Investigation Management organized by the Economic and Cyber Crime Academy of the City of London Police (CoLP) in the United Kingdom.
The training programme which commenced on October 2 and ended on October 5, was an initiative of the NCA, UK aimed at building the capacity of officers of law enforcement agencies in Ghana. Given the Importance of this collaboration to combat crime in the West African country, we deem it important to report this at the moment.
The delegation was made up of eleven officers from the Economic and Organized Crime Office (EOCO), an officer from the Ghana Police Service and a State Attorney from the Office of the Attorney-General and Ministry of Justice, Accra.
The team was welcomed at the Training Center by the Director of the Economic and Cyber Crime Academy, Detective Chief Inspector Craig Mullish. Officer Mullish took the opportunity to address participants on the importance of the course and the need to share ideas and adopt international best practices in financial crime investigation and ultimately enrich the quality of fraud investigations in Ghana.
During the closing ceremony at the end of the third day, the participants were presented with certificates. There was also the exchange of memorabilia between both nations (Ghana and the United Kingdom).
The leader of the delegation, Commissioner of Police, Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah (Mrs) took the opportunity to express her gratitude to the Commissioner of the City of London Police for the kind gesture and also to the facilitators of the course for the professionalism and commitment demonstrated during the course. She presented EOCO souvenirs to the facilitators in appreciation of a job well done.