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Partnerships Pay Dividends at Copenhagen Legal Attaché

The FBI’s overseas outposts can yield unforeseen dividends. Our our legal attaché office in Copenhagen, Denmark—the FBI’s liaison with Sweden, Norway, Iceland, and Finland, in addition to its host country—investigates or assists on many of the same types of crimes seen elsewhere in the world: cyber, terrorism, organized crime, and financial fraud. If dots from a U.S. case lead to any of the Nordic countries, the FBI can call on its partners; if the dots lead back to the U.S., agents in field offices can assist by running down leads.

Dec 17, 2013 03:00 PM

Partnerships Pay Dividends at Copenhagen Legal Attaché


The FBI's overseas outposts can yield unforeseen dividends. Our our legal attaché office in Copenhagen, Denmark—the FBI’s liaison with Sweden, Norway, Iceland, and Finland, in addition to its host country—investigates or assists on many of the same types of crimes seen elsewhere in the world: cyber, terrorism, organized crime, and financial fraud. If dots from a U.S. case lead to any of the Nordic countries, the FBI can call on its partners; if the dots lead back to the U.S., agents in field offices can assist by running down leads.

“When cooperation is built on friendships and your partners also see you care about their country, they will go to extra lengths to work with you,” explained Special Agent Johannes Van Den Hoogen, our legal attaché in Copenhagen.

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