June 15-21, 8 law enforcement professionals from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Italy, Liberia, Nigeria, Taiwan, Venezuela, and Vietnam will be in KC in order to:
Ø Examine the structure of the U.S. criminal justice system and to review how its principles are applied to the prosecution of international crime;
Ø Explore U.S. foreign policy priorities to build global cooperation against terrorism and other international crime;
Ø Examine the impact of international crime on the political, economic, and social stability of the world community; and
Ø Address the issues of balancing law enforcement and security with civil liberties in a democratic society.