Responding to the need, the UN Security Council's Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate (CTED) launched a process aimed at facilitating and catalyzing cooperation among judges, prosecutors, police officers, and other counterterrorism-related officials in South Asia. Since 2010, the Global Center, with support from Denmark, Australia, the United States, and other governments, has been working with CTED to implement this process, bringing together law enforcement officials from each South Asian country every six months to develop strategies and share experiences, lessons learned, and best practices in handling cases relating to international crimes and terrorism. The topics addressed include the preservation of evidence and securing crime scenes, forensic examinations, witness protection, community policing, relevant international legal frameworks, interview and interrogation, and advanced investigative techniques.

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