For the last quarter of the year, the RTC plans to host three courses designed to provide participants with the requisite skills needed in investigating and prosecuting complex corruption cases, wildlife smuggling and cybercrime related cases.
In the month of October, the RTC will host a team of instructors from the Department of Justice Office of Overseas Prosecutorial Development Assistance and Training (OPDAT) to teach a course on Anticorruption for Judges and Prosecutors.
The Wildlife Border Inspection Training in November will be taught by U.S Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and the Fisheries and Wildlife Service (FWS). The course will focus on border inspection topics and conventions on International trade in endangered species
The year ends with an entry-level course on Basic Investigations of Computer and Electronic Crimes Program (BICEP) delivered by a team of experts from the United States Secret Service. The program is aimed at preparing officers to act as first responders for a variety of electronic and cyber-crime investigations.