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106/2018 PNR data analysis

Date: 
05 March 2019 to 07 March 2019

Aim:

  • To enhance the capability to understand, interpret and analyse PNR data and to present the extracted results;
  • to improve, update and share knowledge on the functionalities of the systems connected to PNR data, the complexity of private-public relationships within the PNR domain, and the processes, tools, and importance of operational and strategic cooperation between PIU’s, as well as between PIU’s and other parties;
  • to enhance the use of operational and strategic cooperation between PIU’s, as well as between PIU’s and other parties.
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Webinar 96/2018 'Delinquency - intersections in traffic behaviour and criminal aptitudes'

Date: 
22 March 2019

To explain how criminologists use different theories to study the development of criminal careers. Traffic psychologists focus on similar approaches. The faculty Traffic Science & Traffic Psychology has been studying the intersections with a Master-Thesis and the research-project LAWIDA, a longitudinal analysis regarding risk-taking aptitudes of juvenile in the age of 14 to 18.

Attendants are informed about the findings of the Master-Thesis and the research project LAWIDA and gain some ideas of prevention focussing both aspects - traffic safety and crime control.

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Online Course 05/2019: Trafficking in Human Beings as a Cyber-enabled Crime

Date: 
25 March 2019 to 12 April 2019

The entire activity will be carried out online therefore physical presence of participants will not be required. No special computer skill is required for the attendants. Trainers will facilitate the course, give instructions and provide feedback online.

The overall objective of the training is to develop professional skills to detect and investigate THB while using online investigation methods and techniques and enhance cooperation with cyber-crime experts.

The course will cover the following four sections across three weeks:

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