The Cyberspace Child Protection Unit has obtained membership in the International Task Force on Violent Crimes against Children of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
The unit is affiliated with the General Directorate for Anti-Corruption and Economic and Electronic Security at the Ministry of Interior.
Head of unit Fawaz Mohammed Ali took part in a special training program for the concerned team, which was organized by the FBI over a period of 14 days in Maryland, Washington State.
Anti-Corruption and Economic and Electronic Security Director-General Brigadier Bassam Mohammed Al Maraj commended the head of the unit who obtained the membership in the international task force.
He attributed the achievement to the directives of the Minister of Interior General Shaikh Rashid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa to benefit from regional and international expertise to promote child protection against cybercrimes.
The Ministry of Interior has launched a strategy aimed at honing its employees’ performance skills to carry out their duties at the highest level of professionalism.
Source: Bahrain News Agency