On the occasion of the participation of a delegation of that hemispheric organization in the World Police Summit in this city, the high-ranking officer gave exclusive statements to Prensa Latina, underscoring the work of Cuba’s National Revolutionary Police (PNR) as a member of that entity.
Cuba is one of all 35 countries that make up Ameripol and has participated in the prevention and detection of crimes such as drug trafficking, organized crime, money laundering and asset laundering, which demonstrates an interest in cooperating in regional security,’ Fornazari stressed.
He explained to Prensa Latina how, in a coordinated manner and with the participation of Cuba’s working group, major operations for the region were carried out successfully.
The Ameripol delegate emphasized the need to improve cooperation among all 35 police forces or homologous institutions and 30 observing organizations that make up this mechanism, whose goal is to promote and strengthen the exchange in technical-scientific and training matters.
He stressed the importance of making the exchange of intelligence information more dynamic and effective, as well as coordinating and promoting sustained actions for criminal investigation and judicial assistance among these Latin American institutions.
All this, he told Prensa Latina, so that they can be translated into the consolidation of police doctrine and philosophy, as well as in the prevention and neutralization of crime, which acquires a new actus reus with the use of new technologies.
Ameripol is also made up of countries such as Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Nicaragua and others, who work together on technical-scientific cooperation, information exchange, support for criminal investigation and judicial assistance.