Tuesday's Twitter Feed
- Important comment by Interpol Official https://t.co/0kAplYUAw1 1 week ago
- RT @GI_TOC : #Event, #Book launch: #Militarisation and the “War on Crime” 07 November 2017 @LSEpublicevents | Find out more> https://t.co/wQ… 3 months ago
- RT @FranTownsend : #sunset & #bougainvillea as the clouds roll in #NYC https://t.co/khFH4vFbxH 3 months ago
- Mikilvægur dómur í Tælandi um mansal. An important court ruling in Thailand against human trafficking - https://t.co/CdWJVHrSSS 5 months ago
- RT @Jon_Gnarr : at the airport the CBP Officer said to me that "Iceland can't be a very exciting place when only 300.000 people wanna live t… 8 months ago
Specialist, Department of Public Security and Criminal Justice – Ministry of Justice, Iceland
Mr. Sveinn Helgason has been a specialist at the Ministry of the Interior in Reykjavík, Iceland, from June 2015 and is a specialist at the Ministry of Justice since September 2017. Before that he was a reporter for more than two decades. At the ministry Mr. Helgason works in the department of public security. He is the chairman of an Inter-Ministerial Group on implementing international agreements on anti-corruption and is responsible for reporting to GRECO, UNODC and the Working Group on Bribery at the OEDC. In this work Mr. Helgason has mainly focused on legislative amendments and awareness-raising to implement anti-corruption measures in Iceland, both in the public and private sector. He has worked extensively with the police, prosecutors and other stakeholders in addition to the international institutions that are fighting corruption.
Mr. Helgason was a reporter for the Icelandic Broadcasting Service (RUV) for over 20 years, and from 2008 to 2015 he was the US correspondent for RUV , most of the time stationed in Washington DC. In his reporting Mr. Helgason covered a wide range of subjects on political, economic and social issues. In 2015 Mr. Helgason graduated with a Masters degree in public policy from Georg Mason University – School of Policy, Government and International Affairs, in Virginia. In his studies he focused on organized crime, terrorism and corruption and how to combat these threats, both in individual countries and on an international scale.