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Tajik law enforcement officers trained on detecting and identifying forged travel documents

Bishkek (AKIpress) - passport forged Twenty-two mid-rank and front-line officers, including four women, from Tajik law enforcement agencies working in travel documents management and security, completed a week-long OSCE training course in Dushanbe today on detecting and identifying forged documents.

During the course, officers from the Foreign and Interior Ministries, the Tajik Border Troops and the Customs Service studied the structure and nature of security features on travel documents, commonly-used falsification methods, effective detection techniques and good practices in examining travel documents.

Participants learnt about the latest trends in counterfeiting methods and how security features are added during the document manufacturing and personalization process. The training was led by border police experts from the Turkish National Police Headquarters, who also shared experiences from their own country.

The course was organized as part of this year’s activities by the OSCE Office in Tajikistan’s Border Management Unit.


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