FBI, CBI focus on combating rising crime tendencies, together with rising telemarketing fraud

Top US officers from the FBI and the Department of Justice have held a gathering with their counterparts from the CBI to additional strengthen the legislation enforcement cooperation between India and America, in response to an official assertion.

The Department of Justice on Thursday stated that the assembly befell in New Delhi this week and the US delegation was led by Deputy Assistant Attorney General Arun G Rao.

It stated within the assertion that high officers from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) together with these from the Civil Division’s Consumer Protection Branch of Department of Justice and the Consumer Protection Branch met with their counterparts from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).

They mentioned means for combating rising crime tendencies, together with preventing rising telemarketing fraud, it stated.

In their conferences, the events affirmed their shared dedication to strengthen cooperation in combating crime, particularly with respect to efforts to analyze and prosecute cyber-enabled monetary frauds and world telemarketing frauds, together with worldwide robocalls and communications, it stated.

They moreover mentioned the necessity for continued cooperation in tackling rising technology-based crimes by means of sooner info trade and proof sharing, with a view to make sure safety and safety of residents of each jurisdictions, the Department of Justice added.


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