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FBI trains officers in interview techniques

FBI trains officers in interview techniques

The United States’ Federal Bureau of Investigation pledged on Friday to continue its cooperation with Cambodian police to tackle drugs and sex crime. Patrick Gibbons, a representative of the FBI in Cambodia, said at a press conference that the agency had also trained 40 police officers in interview techniques this month. The bureau was also continuing its efforts against sex criminals and drugs trafficking, with national police highlighting an 18-kilogramme drug seizure made with help of the FBI last year. Criminals intended to take the haul to Taiwan. The FBI opened in Phnom Penh in 2008.

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