Posted: Friday, October 9, 2020. 7:44 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: Today, the Ministry of National Security received 15 Dell Notebooks and accessories procured under the USAID-funded “Evidence-based Information Management for Citizen Security in Central America and the Dominican Republic” Project (also known as the InfoSegura Project).
The Ministry says that the project supports interventions and policies that aim to strengthen crime and justice data platforms in Belize and at the regional level, including working to support the formulation of evidence-based policies and decisions.
The project is being implemented in Belize by the United Nations Development Programme with the Ministry of National Security as the Implementing Partner.
The fifteen computers are being handed over to the Ministry of National Security for the Belize Crime Observatory (BCO), which serves as the national repository of crime data and information.
“The procurement of the systems, valued at US $32,503 will enhance and strengthen the capacity of partners, allowing them to systematize inter-agency sharing and facilitate the analysis of data for dissemination,” the Ministry said.
The United Nations Development Programme and the Ministry of National Security thank all partners for their continued contributions towards A Cohesive, Safe, and Just Caribbean.
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