Costa Rica to invest $3 Million Seized in Drug Trafficking Back Into Law Enforcement

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    San Jose – Costa Rican Drug Institute (ICD), the state agency that administers the assets seized in drug trafficking operation, said it will invest $ 3.1 million of seized assets back into its security force operations.

    The money will be used to fund safety programs, buy vehicles, computer equipment, and enhance communication technologies.

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    The monies will be distributed among, the Drug Control Police (PCD), Judicial Investigation Organization (OIJ), and Public Prosecutor division.

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)
    San Jose Costa Rica

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