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70/2021 Public order and crowd management - security during major events 31 August 2021 to 03 September 2021

The aim of this activity is to enhance public security and order by deepening the knowledge of public order specialists and increasing their competencies on the level of security requirements for large-scale events and of cross-border cooperation in that context. To improve threat assessment and management of major public events in order to prevent and/or effectively contain attacks carried out by lone-actor terrorists or violent lone criminals.

 
 
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65/2021 Workshop for Activity Manager 1 (Basic) 31 August 2021 to 03 September 2021

The aim of this activity is to ensure effective and high quality CEPOL training by providing tools and knowledge that allow Activity Managers to implement the Curricula and Programmes in line with CEPOL quality standards.

 
 
 
 
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Online Course 2/2021: Police English Language 06 September 2021 to 29 October 2021

The course aims to enable participants to achieve a Common European Framework of References for languages (CEFR) to the level of B1 - independent user, in Police English Language.

The specific objectives for participants of this course are:

  1. To have the ability, in accordance with CEFR, to express themselves briefly in familiar situations and to deal in a general way with non-routine information in writing, in speaking, in reading and in listening;
  2. To enrich their Police English Language vocabulary and use it appropriately in situations where police specific terminology is required;
  3. To practice cooperation on a European level, which they can later on utilise in cross-border communication.

The course is scheduled to take place in the period of 6 September – 29 October 2021.

The curriculum content will focus on online self-paced, as well as, trainer guided activities and related assignments in the following subject knowledge areas:

  • English Police Station, Equipment and Officers
  • Money laundering
  • Cybercrime
  • Europol
  • Schengen
  • Counterterrorism
  • EU Policy Cycle
  • Joint Investigation Teams
  • Immigration

Reading, speaking, writing and listening skills will be practiced in the context of the abovementioned topics.

The content of the course will be presented in CEPOL's virtual learning environment where participants will engage in activities extending and practising their Police English Language skills.

Participants are expected to study around 12-15 hour per week in order to be able to achieve the aim. This course is fully flexible and learners can progress along the weekly activities at their own pace, however sometimes they are offered to attend real time sessions with the trainers and must submit certain assignments on time. Participants should follow the course continuously, preferably on a daily basis.

Nomination: The online course offers 100 seats altogether. In case you are interested to participate, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point at your earliest convenience to receive detailed information on the application process. Deadline for nominations by CEPOL National Units: 16 July 2021.

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06 September 2021

The aim of this webinar is to improve Law Enforcement Agencies capabilities to understand the political or personal motivation and subculture behind European lone actor violence.

By the end of this webinar, the audience will be able to:

  • Distinguish different forms, signs and ways of radicalisation of lone-actors
  • Recognise the issue of ‘lone-actor terrorism’ (LAT) in Europe: incidents, discourse and definitions and identify key characteristics for further analysis
  • Highlight risk Indicators / factors that can lead to Radicalisation (certain political, personal or religious beliefs)
  • Identify different types of subcultures in the left-wing, right-wing and Islamist scenes and what are their respective dynamics
 
68/2021 Prevention of juvenile crime and domestic violence 07 September 2021 to 10 September 2021

The aim of this activity is to strengthen the prevention, the detection and the enforcement work in daily operations in the area of juvenile crime and domestic violence by exchanging good practices in this context.

 
 
57/2021 Joint Investigation Team – Implementation 07 September 2021 to 10 September 2021

The aim of this seminar is to improve the effectiveness of Joint Investigation Teams (JITs) by enhancing the competencies and deepen the understanding of law enforcement officers of the set-up and functioning of Joint Investigation Teams.

 
 
 
09 September 2021

The aim is to enhance the participants awareness on children in migration at risk of trafficking and effective measure to identify and safeguard these vulnerable children.

By the end of this webinar, the audience will be able to:

  • Describe the main migration routes where children are at risk of trafficking
  • List indicators of potential child victims of trafficking in migration flows
  • Outline effective measures to identify and to safeguard these children
 
10 September 2021

The aim of the webinar is to enhance the detection of fraudulently used documents by better understanding the concept of document fraud, morphing attack detection and face comparison, mainly in the context of iMARS Project.

By the end of this webinar, the audience will be able to:

  • Summarise the main goals and outcomes of iMARS Project in relation to document fraud;
  • Outline the general concept of morphing attack detection;
  • Outline the general concept of face comparison in the context of document checks.
 
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Online Course 2/2021: Police English Language 06 September 2021 to 29 October 2021

The course aims to enable participants to achieve a Common European Framework of References for languages (CEFR) to the level of B1 - independent user, in Police English Language.

The specific objectives for participants of this course are:

  1. To have the ability, in accordance with CEFR, to express themselves briefly in familiar situations and to deal in a general way with non-routine information in writing, in speaking, in reading and in listening;
  2. To enrich their Police English Language vocabulary and use it appropriately in situations where police specific terminology is required;
  3. To practice cooperation on a European level, which they can later on utilise in cross-border communication.

The course is scheduled to take place in the period of 6 September – 29 October 2021.

The curriculum content will focus on online self-paced, as well as, trainer guided activities and related assignments in the following subject knowledge areas:

  • English Police Station, Equipment and Officers
  • Money laundering
  • Cybercrime
  • Europol
  • Schengen
  • Counterterrorism
  • EU Policy Cycle
  • Joint Investigation Teams
  • Immigration

Reading, speaking, writing and listening skills will be practiced in the context of the abovementioned topics.

The content of the course will be presented in CEPOL's virtual learning environment where participants will engage in activities extending and practising their Police English Language skills.

Participants are expected to study around 12-15 hour per week in order to be able to achieve the aim. This course is fully flexible and learners can progress along the weekly activities at their own pace, however sometimes they are offered to attend real time sessions with the trainers and must submit certain assignments on time. Participants should follow the course continuously, preferably on a daily basis.

Nomination: The online course offers 100 seats altogether. In case you are interested to participate, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point at your earliest convenience to receive detailed information on the application process. Deadline for nominations by CEPOL National Units: 16 July 2021.

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25/2021 Child sexual exploitation - victim ID 13 September 2021 to 24 September 2021

The aim of the activity is to:

  • enhance cooperation between law enforcement institutions from the EU Member states, the Associate countries and the Candidate countries in the identification of child victims of sexual exploitation;
  • create or improve skills of specialised law enforcement officers in the task of victim identification at a national and international level.
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77/2021 Forensic investigation in CBRN contaminated environment 13 September 2021 to 17 September 2021

The aim of this activity is to enhance the use of deliverables of several recently finished EU projects, including EDEN (the EDEN market) and GIFT-CBRN, which include novel detection systems, procedures and software for risk analysis and lab management (knowledge base). To reinforce cooperation between intervention experts in CBRN incidents and forensic specialists in laboratories while focusingon integrating the work of all first responders and forensic specialists and taking into account the already existing CBRN intervention protocols.

 
 
 
06/2021 Trafficking in human beings - Sexual exploitation 14 September 2021 to 17 September 2021

The aim of the activity is to enhance the investigation capacity of trafficking in human beings (THB) investigators and prosecutors to fight sexual exploitation by demonstrating successful examples of a multi-agency approach by means of concrete case studies.

 
14 September 2021

The aim of the webinar is to improve law enforcement actions against violence and discrimination against Jewish persons by improving their awareness of this phenomenon.

At the end of the webinar the participant will be able to:

  • Describe the prevalence and forms of hate crime against Jewish persons
  • Explain the effect of violence and discrimination against Jewish police officers
  • Explain the importance of countering such hate crime
  • Apply this knowledge for addressing these issues in practice
 
 
 
17 September 2021

The aim is to present the changes in the legislation and the use of alerts on objects (Article 38).

By the end of this webinar, the audience will be able to:

  • Describe the relevant provisions in the new SIS Regulations and applicable rules in the Implementing Acts
  • Explain the use of alerts on objects for seizure or use as a evidence in criminal proceedings
  • Explain the use of relevant SIRENE forms (e.g. M form, P form, G form, H form)
 
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Online Course 2/2021: Police English Language 06 September 2021 to 29 October 2021

The course aims to enable participants to achieve a Common European Framework of References for languages (CEFR) to the level of B1 - independent user, in Police English Language.

The specific objectives for participants of this course are:

  1. To have the ability, in accordance with CEFR, to express themselves briefly in familiar situations and to deal in a general way with non-routine information in writing, in speaking, in reading and in listening;
  2. To enrich their Police English Language vocabulary and use it appropriately in situations where police specific terminology is required;
  3. To practice cooperation on a European level, which they can later on utilise in cross-border communication.

The course is scheduled to take place in the period of 6 September – 29 October 2021.

The curriculum content will focus on online self-paced, as well as, trainer guided activities and related assignments in the following subject knowledge areas:

  • English Police Station, Equipment and Officers
  • Money laundering
  • Cybercrime
  • Europol
  • Schengen
  • Counterterrorism
  • EU Policy Cycle
  • Joint Investigation Teams
  • Immigration

Reading, speaking, writing and listening skills will be practiced in the context of the abovementioned topics.

The content of the course will be presented in CEPOL's virtual learning environment where participants will engage in activities extending and practising their Police English Language skills.

Participants are expected to study around 12-15 hour per week in order to be able to achieve the aim. This course is fully flexible and learners can progress along the weekly activities at their own pace, however sometimes they are offered to attend real time sessions with the trainers and must submit certain assignments on time. Participants should follow the course continuously, preferably on a daily basis.

Nomination: The online course offers 100 seats altogether. In case you are interested to participate, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point at your earliest convenience to receive detailed information on the application process. Deadline for nominations by CEPOL National Units: 16 July 2021.

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25/2021 Child sexual exploitation - victim ID 13 September 2021 to 24 September 2021

The aim of the activity is to:

  • enhance cooperation between law enforcement institutions from the EU Member states, the Associate countries and the Candidate countries in the identification of child victims of sexual exploitation;
  • create or improve skills of specialised law enforcement officers in the task of victim identification at a national and international level.
 
 
 
55/2021 Passenger Name Record (PNR): data analysis 20 September 2021 to 22 September 2021

The aim of this activity is to enhance the use of the Passenger Name Record (PNR) by enhancing the capability of relevant staff to understand, interpret and analyse PNR data and to develop the presentation of results; and by improving and updating knowledge and share experience concerning the functionalities of the systems connected toPNR data; and by promoting partnerships with the industry in the PNR domain and reinforcing operational and strategic cooperation between PIU’s.

 
 
 
 
Online Course 6/2021: Money laundering 20 September 2021 to 08 October 2021

The overall objective of the training activity is to enhance knowledge on the application of financial investigative techniques in combating serious crime.

The learning strategy is focused to enhance the capacity of European law enforcement officers to integrate financial investigations into general crime investigations.

The activity will focus on sharing knowledge on money laundering typologies and demonstrating good national practices of the integration of financial investigations into various kind of serious crime – investigation – cases. A separate module will concentrate on the added value of cross-border cooperation instruments (Europol, Eurojust, CARIN, AMON and similar).

Topics will encompass the offshore challenge, cash collection networks, trade-based money laundering practices, money laundering techniques via virtual currencies or underground banking as well. Additionally through several examples it will be demonstrated how financial investigative approach contributes to serious crime investigations at operative level. The importance of suppressing crime enablers and the viable use of EU cooperation tools (e.g. Europol) will be also debated during the course.

The learning process highlights a learner-centred approach and will consist of:

  • Independent Learning: reviewing case studies, watching webinars, listening short videos (podcasts), studying reading material (21 hours)
  • Contact Learning via online forums: forum discussion with other participants, exchange of good practice (5 hours)
  • Experiential Learning: a simulated case exercise is provided in the end of the activity which needs to be analysed by participants (4 hours)

The course will be delivered online over a period of 3 weeks, between 20 September - 8 October 2021. Participants are expected to study around 2 hours per working day during this period in order to be able to complete the activity (in total 30 training hours). While there is no specific time slot when participants shall be available for completing the course tasks, they should follow the course continuously on a daily basis. This is important as the attendants will need to cooperate with other participants virtually and complete small tasks/assignments then share the results of these tasks between each other and debate them collectively.

The course will be held entirely in English, therefore it is essential that nominated officials possess appropriate language skills (at least B2 level). The entire activity will be carried out online on CEPOL’s Law Enforcement Education Platform (LEEd), hence the physical presence of participants will not be required.


Nomination:

In case you are interested to attend, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point as soon as possible. Deadline for nominations by CEPOL National Units: 18 August 2021.

Selected participants have to be registered to CEPOL's online Law Enforcement Education platform LEEd where the online activity will take the place.


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38/2021 Malware investigation 20 September 2021 to 24 September 2021

The aim of the activity is to enhance cyber-investigation by obtaining information from the malware analysis process that will help locate criminals and their infrastructure.

Note: This course does not address reverse engineering and the disassembly of binary files.

 
 
Online Course 35/2021: Digital Forensic Investigator Training 20 September 2021 to 15 October 2021

The aim of the activity is to provide participants with an introduction to Open Source Digital forensics software, file systems, data carving, evidential digital artefacts, computer forensic strategies and data forensics. It also aims to disseminate the latest investigation techniques and methods and to promote the mutual sharing of experience.

The learning strategy is focused to support the participants to achieve the learning outcomes by following a learner-centred approach and interactive, participatory, practical and experiential principles in accordance with andragogic theory.

The activity involves didactic learning through presentations by subject matter experts and experiential learning by providing practical exercises. Live sessions will be included and compulsory to allow live interaction with experts but also with other students.

After each topic, the participants will have to complete an assignment that will allow him/her progress into the course and attend the mandatory live session. A summative assessment will be conducted by the participants at the end of the activity in form of online feedback, which is a condition for receiving the Attendance Certificate. The outcomes will feed into a Trainers’ Report, which will be used for quality enhancement of the activity in future.

After completion of the training activity, the participant will be able to:

1. Explain and apply the rules of forensics and reporting
2. Understand computer data representation and convert values between the binary, hexadecimal and decimal notations
3. Use a forensic distribution of the Linux operating system for basic tasks
4. Acquire and access forensically digital evidence
a. Plan portioning, create and format partitions
b. Use Imaging and Hashing
c. Forensically mount acquired images
5. Analyse exFAT and NTFS file systems and interpret related metadata
6. Recover deleted files and apply basic file carving tasks
7. Recover and interpret basic MS Windows forensic artifacts (registry, browser cookies and history, explore SQLite databases
8. Filter large text files like log files using basic regular expressions
9. Solve an integrated exercise applying forensics strategies and the knowledge acquired during the course.
10. Adapt his/her digital forensic tools use accordingly the acquired principle once agreed by line management.

The course will be delivered online over a period of 4 weeks, between 20 September - 15 October 2021. Participants are expected to study around 20 hours per week, including practical exercises and live sessions.

A computer with full admin access is required to do the practical exercises assigned during the course. A Linux Distro will be provided by CEPOL and ECTEG before the course and requires 8GB ram and 500 GB HDD/SSD, a USB2 port and a network interface.

The course will be held entirely in English, therefore it is essential that nominated officials possess appropriate language skills (at least B2 level). The entire activity will be carried out online on CEPOL’s Law Enforcement Education Platform (LEEd), hence the physical presence of participants will not be required.


Nomination:

In case you are interested to attend, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point as soon as possible. Deadline for nominations by CEPOL National Units: 20 August 2021.

Selected participants have to be registered to CEPOL's online Law Enforcement Education platform LEEd where the online activity will take the place.


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89/2021 Covert human intelligence sources - Online undercover agents in CT 21 September 2021 to 24 September 2021

The aim of this activity is to enhance performance of law enforcement officials dealing with CT online undercover investigations by broadening their professional perspective.

 
 
23/2021 False identity documents - crime facilitator 21 September 2021 to 24 September 2021

The aim of the activity is to enhance the detection of false documents by better understanding of the design and security features of identity documents, and to combat forgery and falsification of documents related to serious crime.

 
07/2021 Trafficking in human beings - labour exploitation 21 September 2021 to 24 September 2021

The aim of the activity is to enhance the investigation capacity of THB investigators, prosecutors and labour inspectors on labour exploitation and reinforce the cooperation between law enforcement and labour inspectorates by demonstrating successful examples of a multi-agency approach by means of concrete case studies.

 
18/2021 Firearms - legal, strategic and operational aspects of firearms trafficking 21 September 2021 to 24 September 2021

The aim of the activity is enhance the knowledge on the legal, strategic and operational aspects of firearms trafficking.

 
21/2021 Environmental crime 21 September 2021 to 24 September 2021

The aim of the activity is to enhance the effectiveness of investigations and other enforcement actions in the field of environmental crime and to reinforce international cooperation in the fights against cross-border environmental crime.

 
21 September 2021

The aim of the webinar is to enhance the capacity and the awareness of the law enforcement officers and the representatives from judicial authorities in the area of countering the VAT frauds.

By the end of this webinar, the audience will:

  • be familiar with concrete actions taken by the various stakeholders on EU-level to jointly work on measures against VAT frauds in the Guarantees of Origin market;
  • be aware about VAT fraud risks and latest trends in the modus operandi in the area of the cross-border VAT frauds;
  • understand how the Guarantees of Origin market operates;
  • be able to discuss best practices on how to use Know Your Customer (KYC) and Know Your Transaction (KYT) information in anti-VAT fraud measures.
 
22 September 2021

The aim of the webinar is to enhance the effectiveness of the combat against the criminal exploitation of the work of EU and non-EU migrants by law enforcement officers.

At the end of the webinar the participant will be able to:

  • discuss how these crimes can be effectively addressed by law enforcement;
  • take appropriate actions to ensure that these crimes are detected and reported;
  • support victims to gain access to justice in effective ways.
 
23 September 2021

The aim of this webinar is to raise awareness and discuss the challenges and next steps, after the Kyoto Declaration, concerning the development of effective hate crime prevention and criminal justice strategies.

By the end of this webinar, attendees will be able to:

  • Contribute more effectively to prevention, investigation and prosecution of hate crimes;
  • Establish and strengthen trust between communities and law enforcement to enable a high level and frequency of the reporting of hate crimes;
  • Contribute to increasing cooperation between law enforcement and civil society.
 
 
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Online Course 2/2021: Police English Language 06 September 2021 to 29 October 2021

The course aims to enable participants to achieve a Common European Framework of References for languages (CEFR) to the level of B1 - independent user, in Police English Language.

The specific objectives for participants of this course are:

  1. To have the ability, in accordance with CEFR, to express themselves briefly in familiar situations and to deal in a general way with non-routine information in writing, in speaking, in reading and in listening;
  2. To enrich their Police English Language vocabulary and use it appropriately in situations where police specific terminology is required;
  3. To practice cooperation on a European level, which they can later on utilise in cross-border communication.

The course is scheduled to take place in the period of 6 September – 29 October 2021.

The curriculum content will focus on online self-paced, as well as, trainer guided activities and related assignments in the following subject knowledge areas:

  • English Police Station, Equipment and Officers
  • Money laundering
  • Cybercrime
  • Europol
  • Schengen
  • Counterterrorism
  • EU Policy Cycle
  • Joint Investigation Teams
  • Immigration

Reading, speaking, writing and listening skills will be practiced in the context of the abovementioned topics.

The content of the course will be presented in CEPOL's virtual learning environment where participants will engage in activities extending and practising their Police English Language skills.

Participants are expected to study around 12-15 hour per week in order to be able to achieve the aim. This course is fully flexible and learners can progress along the weekly activities at their own pace, however sometimes they are offered to attend real time sessions with the trainers and must submit certain assignments on time. Participants should follow the course continuously, preferably on a daily basis.

Nomination: The online course offers 100 seats altogether. In case you are interested to participate, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point at your earliest convenience to receive detailed information on the application process. Deadline for nominations by CEPOL National Units: 16 July 2021.

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Online Course 6/2021: Money laundering 20 September 2021 to 08 October 2021

The overall objective of the training activity is to enhance knowledge on the application of financial investigative techniques in combating serious crime.

The learning strategy is focused to enhance the capacity of European law enforcement officers to integrate financial investigations into general crime investigations.

The activity will focus on sharing knowledge on money laundering typologies and demonstrating good national practices of the integration of financial investigations into various kind of serious crime – investigation – cases. A separate module will concentrate on the added value of cross-border cooperation instruments (Europol, Eurojust, CARIN, AMON and similar).

Topics will encompass the offshore challenge, cash collection networks, trade-based money laundering practices, money laundering techniques via virtual currencies or underground banking as well. Additionally through several examples it will be demonstrated how financial investigative approach contributes to serious crime investigations at operative level. The importance of suppressing crime enablers and the viable use of EU cooperation tools (e.g. Europol) will be also debated during the course.

The learning process highlights a learner-centred approach and will consist of:

  • Independent Learning: reviewing case studies, watching webinars, listening short videos (podcasts), studying reading material (21 hours)
  • Contact Learning via online forums: forum discussion with other participants, exchange of good practice (5 hours)
  • Experiential Learning: a simulated case exercise is provided in the end of the activity which needs to be analysed by participants (4 hours)

The course will be delivered online over a period of 3 weeks, between 20 September - 8 October 2021. Participants are expected to study around 2 hours per working day during this period in order to be able to complete the activity (in total 30 training hours). While there is no specific time slot when participants shall be available for completing the course tasks, they should follow the course continuously on a daily basis. This is important as the attendants will need to cooperate with other participants virtually and complete small tasks/assignments then share the results of these tasks between each other and debate them collectively.

The course will be held entirely in English, therefore it is essential that nominated officials possess appropriate language skills (at least B2 level). The entire activity will be carried out online on CEPOL’s Law Enforcement Education Platform (LEEd), hence the physical presence of participants will not be required.


Nomination:

In case you are interested to attend, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point as soon as possible. Deadline for nominations by CEPOL National Units: 18 August 2021.

Selected participants have to be registered to CEPOL's online Law Enforcement Education platform LEEd where the online activity will take the place.


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Online Course 35/2021: Digital Forensic Investigator Training 20 September 2021 to 15 October 2021

The aim of the activity is to provide participants with an introduction to Open Source Digital forensics software, file systems, data carving, evidential digital artefacts, computer forensic strategies and data forensics. It also aims to disseminate the latest investigation techniques and methods and to promote the mutual sharing of experience.

The learning strategy is focused to support the participants to achieve the learning outcomes by following a learner-centred approach and interactive, participatory, practical and experiential principles in accordance with andragogic theory.

The activity involves didactic learning through presentations by subject matter experts and experiential learning by providing practical exercises. Live sessions will be included and compulsory to allow live interaction with experts but also with other students.

After each topic, the participants will have to complete an assignment that will allow him/her progress into the course and attend the mandatory live session. A summative assessment will be conducted by the participants at the end of the activity in form of online feedback, which is a condition for receiving the Attendance Certificate. The outcomes will feed into a Trainers’ Report, which will be used for quality enhancement of the activity in future.

After completion of the training activity, the participant will be able to:

1. Explain and apply the rules of forensics and reporting
2. Understand computer data representation and convert values between the binary, hexadecimal and decimal notations
3. Use a forensic distribution of the Linux operating system for basic tasks
4. Acquire and access forensically digital evidence
a. Plan portioning, create and format partitions
b. Use Imaging and Hashing
c. Forensically mount acquired images
5. Analyse exFAT and NTFS file systems and interpret related metadata
6. Recover deleted files and apply basic file carving tasks
7. Recover and interpret basic MS Windows forensic artifacts (registry, browser cookies and history, explore SQLite databases
8. Filter large text files like log files using basic regular expressions
9. Solve an integrated exercise applying forensics strategies and the knowledge acquired during the course.
10. Adapt his/her digital forensic tools use accordingly the acquired principle once agreed by line management.

The course will be delivered online over a period of 4 weeks, between 20 September - 15 October 2021. Participants are expected to study around 20 hours per week, including practical exercises and live sessions.

A computer with full admin access is required to do the practical exercises assigned during the course. A Linux Distro will be provided by CEPOL and ECTEG before the course and requires 8GB ram and 500 GB HDD/SSD, a USB2 port and a network interface.

The course will be held entirely in English, therefore it is essential that nominated officials possess appropriate language skills (at least B2 level). The entire activity will be carried out online on CEPOL’s Law Enforcement Education Platform (LEEd), hence the physical presence of participants will not be required.


Nomination:

In case you are interested to attend, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point as soon as possible. Deadline for nominations by CEPOL National Units: 20 August 2021.

Selected participants have to be registered to CEPOL's online Law Enforcement Education platform LEEd where the online activity will take the place.


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85/2021 Terrorism and counter-terrorism in the EU 27 September 2021 to 01 October 2021

The aim of this activity is to enhance the practitioners’ performance in the areas of counter-terrorism by improving their knowledge on the best counter-terrorism practices in the field of main terrorist phenomena, including the role of EU agencies in the fight against terrorism, knowledge of the most important policies implemented at EU level and assessment support provided to Member States' investigations by Europol / ECTC, Eurojust and Frontex.

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39/2021 Live data forensics 27 September 2021 to 01 October 2021

The aim of the activity is to enhance cyberforensic work of law enforcement investigators by providing them with an introduction to live data forensics and to the use of live forensics investigative techniques.

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Online Course 37/2021: Cyber Intelligence 27 September 2021 to 08 October 2021

The aim of the training activity is to enhance cyber-investigative work by providing knowledge and skills to capacitate law enforcement officials to perform roles tracking and analyses and to counter digital security threats in order to produce actionable intelligence.

The learning strategy is focused to enhance the capacity of law enforcement officers to counter digital security threats in order to produce actionable intelligence. The learning process highlights a learner-centred approach and will consist of:

  • Independent Learning: reviewing case studies, watching webinars and short videos, studying reading material (12 hours);
  • Contact Learning via online forums: forum discussion with other participants, exchange of good practices (5 hours);
  • Experiential Learning: practical exercises that need to be analysed by participants (3 hours).

While there is no specific time slot when participants shall be available for completing the course tasks, they should follow the course continuously. Completion of the course would require around 2 hours’ investment / working day from the attending participants during the length of 2 weeks.

Upon completion of the course, the participants are expected to be able to:

  1. Map the cyber threats landscape;
  2. Outline a risk-analysis tacking in account the cyber threats picture;
  3. Align the cyber threats to the operational and tactical view in order develop actionable intelligence;
  4. Use analytical visualization and link tools based on the flux of information;
  5. Explore and integrate multiple sources of information (e.g. Siena, other International sources);
  6. Establish and explore the networks of cyber intelligence stakeholders;
  7. Develop cyber intelligence reports;
  8. Make predictions about cybercriminal activities.

The course will be held entirely in English, therefore it is essential that nominated officials possess appropriate language skills (at least B2 level).

The entire activity will be carried out online on CEPOL’s Law Enforcement Education Platform (LEEd), hence the physical presence of participants will not be required. Participants will need to complete the registration procedure in LEEd in order to get access to the course page.


Nomination:

In case you are interested to attend, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point as soon as possible. Deadline for nominations by CEPOL National Units: 20 September 2021.

Selected participants have to be registered to CEPOL's online Law Enforcement Education platform LEEd where the online activity will take the place.


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74/2021 Informant handling – advanced 28 September 2021 to 01 October 2021

The aim of this activity is to improve informant handling practice by pursuing the harmonisation and standardisation of procedures in informant handling; by improving knowledge of informant handling practitioners on existing informant related practice; by enhancing cross-border cooperation and building a mutual understanding of national legal practices related to informants; and by building up expertise in the handling of Covert Human Intelligence Sources (CHIS), especially in the crime area of organised property crime.

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Contact

Office address

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1066 Budapest
Ó utca 27
Hungary

Correspondence address

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1903 Budapest
Pf.314
Hungary

Email address

Telephone: +36 1 803 8030/8031

Fax: +36 1 803 8032

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