Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji says Kenya is undertaking to establish a Prosecution Training Institute that will enhance capacity in tackling transnational organized crime.
Speaking during 16th Annual General Meeting and Africa Prosecutors’ Association (APA) Conference today, Haji stated that the institute will help in developing enhanced formal and informal cooperation mechanisms.
“It is important for us, as legal practitioners and experts within Africa, to enhance our efforts towards tackling transnational organized crimes,” he stated.
Haji emphasized the need to constantly contextualize transnational organized crimes to the African context.
“By doing so, we will become more effective in countering and combating transnational organized crime.”