Fred. Co. State's Attorney Office provides training

A group of prosecutors from Uzbekistan recently participated in training with the Frederick County State’s Attorney’s Office through an American Bar Association program.

On March 12, the Frederick County State’s Attorney’s Office provided training to Uzbekistan prosecutors through the American Bar Association — Rule of Law Initiative’s International Justice Sector Education and Training (IJET) Program. The training focused on case management, task forces, crime prevention, diversion programs, and targeted training for prosecutors and law enforcement. The IJET Program brings a small group of justice sector professionals to the U.S. for a month-long fellowship. The objective is to empower IJET Fellows to become agents of change for institutional or systemic reform in their country’s justice system. Each IJET Fellowship follows a highly tailored, structured model that includes a combination of seminars and training, peer-to-peer exchange, institutional visits, and an embedded mentorship with a leading U.S. professional. In addition to subject-matter experts, IJET Fellows work with experts in change management, outreach, and administration of justice to develop strategic, sustainable change plans that will create lasting impact. IJET is supported by a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (State/INL). The Uzbekistan prosecutors included Zamirat Xasanbekovna Borsieva, acting head of the Department for International Cooperation of the Academy of the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Uzbekistan; Muzaffar Boybo’tayevich Dostqoriev, senior lecturer of the Chair of Ensuring the Prosecutor’s Powers in Courts of the Academy of the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Uzbekistan; Hudayberdi Tursunbekov, senior public prosecutor of the Scientific and Educational Center for Countering Corruption and Prevention of Crime of the Academy of the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Uzbekistan; and Khurshid Akramovich Karimov, acting head of the Chair of Supervision over the Execution of Laws of Combating Crime and Crime Prevention of the Academy of the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

On March 12, the Frederick County State’s Attorney’s Office provided training to Uzbekistan prosecutors through the American Bar Association — Rule of Law Initiative’s International Justice Sector Education and Training (IJET) Program. The training focused on case management, task forces, crime prevention, diversion programs, and targeted training for prosecutors and law enforcement.

The IJET Program brings a small group of justice sector professionals to the U.S. for a month-long fellowship. The objective is to empower IJET Fellows to become agents of change for institutional or systemic reform in their country’s justice system. Each IJET Fellowship follows a highly tailored, structured model that includes a combination of seminars and training, peer-to-peer exchange, institutional visits, and an embedded mentorship with a leading U.S. professional. In addition to subject-matter experts, IJET Fellows work with experts in change management, outreach, and administration of justice to develop strategic, sustainable change plans that will create lasting impact. IJET is supported by a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (State/INL).

The Uzbekistan prosecutors included Zamirat Xasanbekovna Borsieva, acting head of the Department for International Cooperation of the Academy of the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Uzbekistan; Muzaffar Boybo’tayevich Dostqoriev, senior lecturer of the Chair of Ensuring the Prosecutor’s Powers in Courts of the Academy of the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Uzbekistan; Hudayberdi Tursunbekov, senior public prosecutor of the Scientific and Educational Center for Countering Corruption and Prevention of Crime of the Academy of the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Uzbekistan; and Khurshid Akramovich Karimov, acting head of the Chair of Supervision over the Execution of Laws of Combating Crime and Crime Prevention of the Academy of the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

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