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Police, Prosecutors Work Together To Protect Communities From Cybercrime

‘We are not alone, not one of us is alone in this fight, it is together that we will absolutely be better equipped and we as Australia every step we have been guided by Pacific priorities’
01 Dec 2022 17:32
Police, Prosecutors Work Together To Protect Communities From Cybercrime
Australian Ambassador for Cyber Affairs, Dr Tobias Feakin addressing the delegates at the Fourth Annual Pacific Islands Law Officers’ Network (PILON) Cybercrime Workshop at the Tanoa International Hotel in Nadi and Tonga’s Attorney-General, Linda Folaumoetu’i at the Fourth Annual Pacific Islands Law Officers’ Network (PILON) Cybercrime Workshop at the Tanoa International Hotel in Nadi on November 29, 2022. Photo: Nicolette Chambers

Tonga’s Attorney-General, Linda Folaumoetu’i, says there is an objective to bring more Police officers and prosecutors together to protect communities from the effects of cybercrime.

Ms Folaumoetu’i was speaking at the fourth annual Pacific Islands Law Officers’ Network (PILON) Cybercrime Workshop at the Tanoa International Hotel in Nadi on Tuesday.

The theme of the workshop is ‘Combatting Cybercrime: Trends and Tools in a Changing World’.

 

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