AFMLS

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AFMLSAsset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section (US Department of Justice)
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In 2015, OPDAT, AFMLS, and NSD met with and provided presentations to more than 30 international visitors from more than 10 countries on AML and/or CFT topics through the State Department-led International Visitors Leadership Program (IVLP).
In 2015, OPDAT and AFMLS provided assistance in drafting AML statutes compliant with international standards and related confiscation legislation, and provided training to foreign judges, prosecutors, and law enforcement officials; legislators; customs, supervisory, and financial intelligence unit personnel; and private sector participants.
DOJ's AFMLS. International Unit keeps current editions of this volume and can be consulted at 2.02-514-1263.
In 2014, OPDAT and AFMLS provided assistance in drafting AML statutes compliant with international standards and provided training to foreign judges, prosecutors, and law enforcement officials; legislators; customs, supervisory, and financial intelligence unit personnel; and private sector participants.
If the assets were forfeited administratively, the AFS sends its recommendation directly to the AFMLS. If the assets were forfeited judicially, the AFS sends its recommendation to the responsible U.S.
In 2013, OPDAT and AFMLS provided assistance in drafting AML
In 2012, OPDAT, AFMLS, and CTS met with and provided presentations to more than 150 international visitors from more than 17 countries on AML and/or CFT topics.
Department of Justice's (DOJ) Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section (AFMLS) of the Criminal Division and the Office of Overseas Prosecutorial Development, Assistance, and Training (OPDAT) continued to join forces in providing Financial Investigations and Prosecutions and Money Laundering and Asset Forfeiture technical assistance programs.
For all programs, OPDAT draws upon expertise from DOJ's Criminal Division, NSD, AFMLS, and other DOJ components as needed.
For all programs, OPDAT draws upon expertise from DOJ's Criminal Division, the National Security Division, AFMLS, and other DOJ components as needed.
OPDAT works closely with AFMLS, the lead Justice section that provides countries with technical assistance in the drafting of money laundering and asset forfeiture statutes compliant with international standards.