Stewart To Lead DOJ Investigation Training in Barbados
Graves Garrett is proud to announce that attorney Daniel Stewart has been selected for an esteemed position with the Department of Justice’s International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP) beginning in May and lasting for four weeks.
The program will be held in Barbados and will provide various training sessions on investigative policing strategies for officers and other members of the criminal justice system. Led by the Department of Justice and select law enforcement advisers, the program will cover a wide range of topics including training on task forces for the islands covered by the U.S. Embassy in Barbados.
As the former lead prosecutor for the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Stewart, along with Department of Justice Attaché Gary Bennett, will offer joint training on how to form and effectively leverage a relationship between police and prosecutors during an investigation. With over three decades of experience as a prosecutor, Stewart will share his knowledge and insight on collaborating with law enforcement agencies on a multitude of highly complex investigations.
In addition to his role with ICITAP, Stewart worked with the DOJ as the Anti-Corruption Adviser for the U.S. Embassy in Serbia and the Serbian Organized Crime Prosecutor’s Office, providing training for Serbian prosecutors, police and judges.
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