Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures


Languages, Literatures and Cultures


Languages, Literatures and Cultures

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New Non- Credit Certificate in Organized Crime Prevention (COCP)

The Department of Languages, Literatures is pleased to announce a new Certificate in Organized Crime Prevention. 

The brand new Certificate in Organized Crime Prevention (COCP) program delivers vital knowledge and skills to identify, analyze and mitigate criminal activity. This 5-day program is crucial for professionals working in any industry where criminal activity may infiltrate best practices or threaten security such as border control, law enforcement, government, counter-terrorism and intelligence, banking, investment and risk management, accounting, law, business, and more.The participants will learn  about the scope of the impact of organized crime on a local, national and global scale, discover legal strategies to detect and combat illegal activities as well as many other useful information and skills to better understand the strategies and signals that organized crime networks employ.

Duration: 5 days (15 hours)

Dates: November 5, 12, 19, 26, and Dec. 3, 2020. 1-4 pm EST each day. Please note that dates/times may change.

Delivery: Remote (online)

Cost: $1495

Note: Group rates are available. Please contact sends e-mail) for more information.

Deadline to register: November 2

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