Fijian police get anti-money laundering training


Specialised training on investigating complex fraud cases will be provided to 25 Fijian police officers, the Reserve Bank of Fiji said today (October 19). The training will be aimed at combating money laundering and teach participants how to identify "tainted criminal proceeds" that could be linked to illegal activities.

The training will take place during a two-day workshop on October 23 and 24, and will be attended by crime officers, sergeants and fraud investigators from police stations

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