International Cooperation in Fighting Transnational Crime – Issues, Challenges and Techniques

8 July 2016, Windsor Suites Hotel, Bangkok

Jointly organized by German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG) and Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung (HSS)

Agenda   Report   Photos


Chief Superintendent Bernhard Egger, Head, Central Investigation Services Division, State Office of Criminal Investigation Bureau, Munich, Federal Republic of Germany

“The Internet – New Challenges and Opportunities of Combating International Crime”

“Means of Evidence and Their Role in International Cooperation in Criminal Matters”


On 8 July 2016, CPG in cooperation with Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF) arranged  the  training  workshop  “Transnational  Organized  Cyber  Crime – Challenges and Strategies” for investigation officers of the Department of Special Investigation at Windsor Suites Hotel Bangkok. Speaker of the workshop was Senior Superintendent Bernhard Egger, Director of the Central Investigation Services Division at the Bavarian State Office of Criminal Investigation Bureau in Munich. He introduced to various growing challenges of organized cyber crime which investigation officers of involved law enforcement agencies are facing in the light of rapidly advancing technologies in field of internet and cyber space communication. Following the presentation during the morning session of the workshop, the DSI officers were provided the opportunity for questions and discussion in the afternoon session.