AGA-Africa Programme in collaboration with the National Prosecution Authority (NPA) hosted a three-day Cybercrime workshop, 14th – 16th May 2019, Lusaka, Zambia. The workshop brought together investigators and prosecutors, drawn from all the 10 provinces of Zambia, participants from the National Prosecution Authority (NPA), Zambia Police (ZP), Zambia Information Communications & Technology Authority (ZICTA) and the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) in Zambia.
The workshop aimed to equip law enforcement agencies with the skills and knowledge to respond to the growing challenges that have emerged with the use of cryptocurrency as a tool for perpetrating cybercrime.
The workshop was officially opened by Ms. Fulata Lillian Shawa Siyuni, DPP, Zambia. Other dignitaries that attended the workshop were Mr. Jason Willis, Special Agent with the State Department’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security (US Embassy, Lusaka, Zambia).
The workshop was led by seasoned facilitator from AGA-Africa Programme, Mr. Todd. T. Tumbleson– Criminal Investigator II, Nevada Attorney General’s Office supported by Mr. Bob Mwema– Senior State Advocate at the National Prosecution Authority.