The Civil Guard and the Criminal Investigation Police of Georgia sign a declaration of collaboration for the fight against Organized Crime
This collaboration has been signed by the General Director of the Civil Guard, María Gámez and the Vice Minister of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, Vladimer Bortsvadze
As a result of this declaration, a Joint Analysis Team will be created aimed at analyzing information related to transnational organized crime between the Central Department of the Criminal Police and the Civil Guard
The Director General of the Civil Guard, María Gámez and the Vice Minister of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, Vladimer Bortsvadze, today signed a declaration of collaboration for the creation of a Joint Analysis Team aimed at analyzing information related to crime transnational organized between the Central Department of the Criminal Police and the Civil Guard.
The activity of the Joint Team will be oriented towards cooperation in the matter of transnational organized crime that affects both police forces in the areas of drug, vehicle, arms and human trafficking, irregular immigration, cybercrime and property crimes.
The Director-General has highlighted the importance of international cooperation in a globalized world where organized crime affects all countries and, therefore, effectiveness in their fight cannot be individual to each territory but rather shared.
Likewise, María Gámez has affirmed that the Civil Guard collaborates with many countries in the world and the results are increasingly positive so that work will continue in this line.
He has also thanked the Georgian authorities for their willingness to collaborate with the Civil Guard, which has already been working and is formalized today with this signature. She added that she is absolutely convinced that it will bear excellent results for the benefit of the citizens of both countries.
The agreement establishes that the Team will be, fundamentally, a direct means of exchanging information and quickly activating the operational devices in the territory of the States that sign said collaboration.
The activity of the Joint Analysis Team may be completed with the existing police collaboration and information exchange instruments between the two countries, mainly the Interior Attaché / Liaison Officers.
Likewise, the Team will meet to follow up the activities once a year, alternately in each country, and in extraordinary meetings when necessary.
For more information, you can contact the press office of the General Directorate of the Civil Guard on the telephone number 91 514 60 10.