The Government of Trinidad and Tobago is partnering with the CARICOM Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (CARICOM IMPACS) and the UK charity MAG (Mines Advisory Group) in a programme to destroy seized weapons, ammunition and explosives and reduce their devastating impact on human safety and security.
CARICOM IMPACS and the United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism (UNOCT) collaborate to detect and counter terrorists and serious criminals’ travel using passenger data Home PRESS RELEASE NEW YORK, 13 […]
CARICOM IMPACS and the Small Arms Survey Sign Memorandum of Understanding to Reduce Gun Violence in the Caribbean Home PRESS RELEASE PORT OF SPAIN/GENEVA, 13 January 2021 – The Caribbean […]
Crime prevention and International Justice will be Strengthened in the Caribbean with CARICOM IMPACS and UNICRI MoU Home PRESS RELEASE CARICOM States will soon benefit from enhanced global tools […]
CDB, IMPACS and OECS Partner to Establish Maritime Single Window Home PRESS RELEASE November 27, 2020, BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – A maritime single window will be established in the Eastern Caribbean […]