Nicola Suter is an exemplary professional of the highest quality in the specific field of law which touches and concerns money laundering, the use of proceeds of crime, financing of terrorism, drug trafficking, criminal procedure and evidence, and associated matters related to criminal prosecutions. I know of her extraordinary work personally as Prime Minister and Leader of the House of Assembly in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Dr. The Hon. Ralph E. Gonsalves – Prime Minister St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Your work for the UN in developing the guide to access comms data from the U.S. social media providers has had an impact broader and deeper than you’ll ever realize. It has been translated into multiple languages, updated and is required reading for the counter-cyber teams, prosecutors and judges that my team mentors around the world
Neil Walsh – UN Chief for Global Programme on Cybercrime
Dan’s commitment to hard work and smart is legendary. He impressed me as a man with tremendous energy, who met his promised deadlines. His drive, his resourcefulness and wise counsel are positives which would enrich any institution.
Colin Williams Director of Public Prosecutions St. Vincent and the Grenadines
We in the Eastern Caribbean are indebted to you for your professional advice and assistance as we shaped policy and legislation to address organized crime
Justin L. Simon Q.C. former Attorney General Antigua and Barbuda
I write with reference to the national workshop on “Protecting and Using Intelligence Information in Rule of Law Based, Criminal Justice Sector led Investigations and Prosecutions for Countering Terrorism related to the Foreign Terrorist Fighter Phenomenon” organized by the Terrorism Prevention Branch in Amman from 25 -27 April 2017. I wish to commend your valuable contribution to the workshop which was appreciated by all the participants. Your deep professional knowledge of the subject matter was important to ensure the depth of the deliberations at the workshop.
Mauro Miedico Chief of the UNODC Terrorism Prevention Branch
On behalf of the Commonwealth Secretariat I wish to express my appreciation to you for your invaluable contribution to the success of the Inaugural Meeting of the Heads of Central Authorities in the Commonwealth and the Plenary of the Commonwealth Network of Contact Persons 15-16 February 2018, London.
Your presentations and answers to questions were well received and immensely assisted with the well-thought-out outcomes of the meeting. The feedback from the participants rated the meeting as very successful and the credit goes to you and the others who gave such resourceful and interesting presentations.
Katalaina Sapolu Director of the Governance and Peace Directorate at the Commonwealth Secretariat