In 2020, our focus is on supporting the development of our Governmental partners in building true independent capabilities in their law enforcement units and prosecutorial offices to strengthen the professionalism of these organizations and the rule of law.
JTACC was founded with the purpose of enhancing cooperation and investigation for transnational organized crimes. Continuing our work from 2019, we continue to concentrate on border-related crimes: money-laundering, trafficking (money, narcotics and arms) and the proliferation of organized crime in development contracting through front companies.
We specialize in conducting targeted investigations of organized crime or influential individuals with the capacity to corrupt institutions, political practices or judicial procedures. To assist us with the case management of our investigations we developed our own internal tool to help us manage information, profiles, intelligence, sources and other digital assets. Over the course of 2020, we are refining these tools to release them for use by the public for due diligence and for other organizations to help them in producing structured investigations.
Diplomatic goods for the U.S mission in Kabul are being diverted across the Iranian border before re-entering Afghanistan. The U.S. Government’s exposure to security risk and employ of contractors in violation of sanctions through the use of this practice will likely impact USAID, NATO, Department of Defense and the Department of State as these entities are reliant on the transfer of goods from Karachi to Kabul.