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Seasoned Law Enforcement Receive Advanced Training to Protect Cultural Heritage

Cultural property, art, and antiquities are vulnerable to looting, theft, and trafficking by criminal and terrorist groups around the world.

Virtual Workshop Trains U.S. Law Enforcement to Detect Trafficking in Fakes and Forgeries

Trafficking in stolen, looted, or forged art, antiquities, and other cultural objects benefits criminal organizations and terrorist groups, erodes the legal art market, and harms our relationships with foreign partners and allies.

Training Panamanian Customs to Prevent Cultural Property Smuggling

Trafficking stolen, looted, or forged art, antiquities, and other cultural objects benefits criminal organizations and terrorist groups, erodes the legal art market, and harms our relationships with foreign partners and allies.

Virtual Workshop Trains U.S. Law Enforcement to Combat Trafficking in Manuscripts

Over 100 participants included reps from across the federal government, U.S. universities, and private sector.

Law Enforcement and Experts Team-Up to Combat Cultural Property Trafficking

On August 12, 2020, Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs Marie Royce and Williams Director of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Dr. Julian Siggers signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a new public-private partnership. Under this partnership, the Department of State and the Penn Cultural Heritage Center will cooperate to combat international cultural property trafficking.