Morocco takes part in Interpol’s police training symposium in Riyadh
Morocco is taking part in the 23rd Interpol police training symposium which opened Monday in Riyadh at Naif Arab University for Security Sciences with the participation of some 450 experts and specialists in security and penal law.
Themed: “Law enforcement training in a post-pandemic world”, the three-day hybrid symposium focuses on how law enforcement responded and adapted to the global pandemic and how they will use this experience to shape the training of the future.
Participants will discuss disruptive emergency scenarios, training technologies of the present and future. They will also assess how law enforcement agencies are using digital technologies and artificial intelligence for a long-term impact.
The agenda features several panels, focusing on the cyber challenges facing law enforcement officers and debates on Interpol’s capacity building & training strategy 2022-2025, the best emergency response experiences, Interpol’s Global Academy, the digital training at Interpol and countering cybercrimes in the Arab region.
Morocco is represented in the gathering by two associate professors Younes Nafid and Mohamed Ali Haidas, both working for the Naif Arab University for Security Sciences.
Held every two years, the Interpol police training symposium promotes best practice in law enforcement training. Participants exchange ideas on how best to enhance law enforcement capacity and international cooperation within the current global security architecture.