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Webinar 97/2018 Interviewing children victims and witnesses of crime

Date: 
12 December 2018

The aim of this webinar is to share knowledge and expertise on the existing standards and good practices interviewing children who have been victims or witnesses of crime. Expert from Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) and a national law enforcement authority will discuss existing challenges and share some tools that can help law enforcement and judiciary conducting child friendly interviews, according to the Council of Europe Guidelines on child-friendly justice.

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Webinar 102/2018 Human Rights and Police Ethics/Detention conditions and handling of Detained persons

Date: 
07 December 2018

The aim of the webinar is to raise awareness about the importance of ethical behaviors in day-to-day police work and to enhance the integration of diversity issues into police management; to promote European analysis concerning Human rights and police ethics; to raise awareness about rights of detained persons and human rights of citizens.

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51/2018 Explosive, security, equipment standards

Date: 
04 December 2018 to 07 December 2018

To identify the technical parameters of different technologies. Since different working environments have different impact on the detection capabilities, the focus is to be chosen (except of rail and metro transport as they were subject of the course 38/2017).

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