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Online Course 11/2019: Police English Language Online Course 09 September 2019 to 31 October 2019

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

The duration of the course is eight weeks. The curriculum content will focus on online self-paced, as well as, trainer guided activities and related assignments in the following subject knowledge areas:

  1. English Police Station, Equipment and Officers
  2. Money Laundering
  3. Cyber crime
  4. Europol
  5. Schengen
  6. Counterterrorism
  7. EU Policy Cycle
  8. Joint Investigation Teams
  9. Immigration

Reading, speaking, writing and listening skills will be practiced in the context of the abovementioned topics. Grammar teaching activities and official reports writing related to police specific communication will also be incorporated in the course. The course will be task-based and it will use a varied teaching methodology which will include:

  • Self-paced activities
  • Teacher-learner and peer-to-peer interactions
  • Asynchronous (e.g. forum) as well as synchronous communication (e.g. chat, weekly online meetings)

The course ends with the submission of an exit test that is assessing the actual knowledge level of the learner based on the CEFR requirements. The test will assess all the four skill areas (speaking, reading, listening, and writing) plus the special police vocabulary. After the test a certificate will be issued.

Nomination

The online course offers 100 seats altogether.
The nomination deadline is 12 July 2019, in case you are interested in, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point before 28 June 2019.

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31/2019 Digital forensic investigators training 23 September 2019 to 01 October 2019

The aim of the course is to provide participants with an introduction to Open Source forensic software, file systems, data carving, evidential digital artefacts, networking and network security, cloud computing, email investigations, computer forensic strategies and live data forensics. It also aims to disseminate the latest investigation techniques and methods and to promote the mutual sharing of experience.

 
 
 
 
 
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51/2019 Language development - Professional law enforcement terminology in English (2nd) 23 September 2019 to 11 October 2019

The aim of the course is to improve operational cooperation between law enforcement authorities by increasing language abilities and increase participants’ knowledge of European law enforcement systems and instruments of cooperation.

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37/2019 Financial investigations 30 September 2019 to 04 October 2019

The aim of the course is:

  • to strengthen multidisciplinary cooperation about financial investigations and develop cooperation between law enforcement and judicial authorities;
  • to enhance knowledge on gathering proof of crime through financial investigations; to improve asset tracing, recovery and management capability.
 
 
4/2019 Policing the impact of migration – Public order, hate crime, integration 01 October 2019 to 03 October 2019

The aim of the course is:

  • To enhance the quality of policing the migration influx, in particular with regard to keeping the public order and safety and to gather and handle information/intelligence in order to prevent hate crimes.
  • To discuss enforcement issues from community policing perspective.
 
 
01 October 2019

The webinar aims to give participants understanding of the role of EASO, to equip them with knowledge of the relevant European legal provisions, and to raise awareness of the asylum procedure.

 
 
 
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Online Course 11/2019: Police English Language Online Course 09 September 2019 to 31 October 2019

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

The duration of the course is eight weeks. The curriculum content will focus on online self-paced, as well as, trainer guided activities and related assignments in the following subject knowledge areas:

  1. English Police Station, Equipment and Officers
  2. Money Laundering
  3. Cyber crime
  4. Europol
  5. Schengen
  6. Counterterrorism
  7. EU Policy Cycle
  8. Joint Investigation Teams
  9. Immigration

Reading, speaking, writing and listening skills will be practiced in the context of the abovementioned topics. Grammar teaching activities and official reports writing related to police specific communication will also be incorporated in the course. The course will be task-based and it will use a varied teaching methodology which will include:

  • Self-paced activities
  • Teacher-learner and peer-to-peer interactions
  • Asynchronous (e.g. forum) as well as synchronous communication (e.g. chat, weekly online meetings)

The course ends with the submission of an exit test that is assessing the actual knowledge level of the learner based on the CEFR requirements. The test will assess all the four skill areas (speaking, reading, listening, and writing) plus the special police vocabulary. After the test a certificate will be issued.

Nomination

The online course offers 100 seats altogether.
The nomination deadline is 12 July 2019, in case you are interested in, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point before 28 June 2019.

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51/2019 Language development - Professional law enforcement terminology in English (2nd) 23 September 2019 to 11 October 2019

The aim of the course is to improve operational cooperation between law enforcement authorities by increasing language abilities and increase participants’ knowledge of European law enforcement systems and instruments of cooperation.

 
 
 
71/2019 Forensic investigation in CBRN contaminated environment 07 October 2019 to 11 October 2019

The aim of the course is:

  • To reinforce the cooperation between intervention experts in CBRN incidents and forensic specialists in laboratories.
  • To focus on integrating the work of all first responders and forensic specialists, while taking into account the already existing CBRN intervention protocols.
 
 
 
22/2019 Illicit laboratory dismantling - follow up 08 October 2019 to 11 October 2019

The aim of the course is to train law enforcement officials and forensic personnel, how in safe and secure way dismantling the illicit drug laboratories, and how in proper way conduct crime scene investigation of these sites.

 
 
 
Online Course 08/2019: Environmental crime 09 October 2019 to 30 October 2019

The overall objective of the training activity is to enhance cross-border cooperation and the application of financial investigative techniques in combating environmental crime.

The activity will focus on sharing knowledge on environmental crime features and money laundering typologies while a separate module will concentrate on the added value of EU cooperation instruments (Europol, Eurojust).

The programme will cover illicit waste trade, wildlife trafficking, forest & waste fires, illegal fishing in terms of environmental crime but a strong focus will be paid on money laundering patterns as well such as the offshore challenge, cash collection networks, trade-based money laundering practices, money laundering techniques via virtual currencies or underground banking. Additionally the importance of open sources intelligence and the viable use of EU cooperation tools (Europol, Eurojust) will be also debated during the course. The curriculum intends to link environmental crime and money laundering throughout the whole programme of the online course.

The course will be held entirely in English, therefore it is essential that nominated officials possess appropriate language skills. The entire activity is carried out online hence the physical presence of participants will not be required.

No special experience is required from participants but it is important that they are open-minded, active and will be willing to share their ideas/experience during the learning process.

The course will be delivered over a period of 3 weeks. Participants are expected to study around 1-1.5 hour per working day during this period in order to be able to complete the activity (total training hours 21 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.

Technical requirements: PC, headset (or microphone and headphones), broadband connection to the Internet, Office suite installed on PCs.

Nomination

Altogether around 35 places will be offered to law enforcement experts in this activity.
The nomination deadline is 16 September 2019, in case you are interested in, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point at your earliest convenience.

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10 October 2019

The webinar aims to raise awareness of ENPPF in general and of tools and instruments used for exchange of information, as well as to inform about ENPPF legal framework and grounds for cross-border cooperation.

 
 
 
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Online Course 11/2019: Police English Language Online Course 09 September 2019 to 31 October 2019

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

The duration of the course is eight weeks. The curriculum content will focus on online self-paced, as well as, trainer guided activities and related assignments in the following subject knowledge areas:

  1. English Police Station, Equipment and Officers
  2. Money Laundering
  3. Cyber crime
  4. Europol
  5. Schengen
  6. Counterterrorism
  7. EU Policy Cycle
  8. Joint Investigation Teams
  9. Immigration

Reading, speaking, writing and listening skills will be practiced in the context of the abovementioned topics. Grammar teaching activities and official reports writing related to police specific communication will also be incorporated in the course. The course will be task-based and it will use a varied teaching methodology which will include:

  • Self-paced activities
  • Teacher-learner and peer-to-peer interactions
  • Asynchronous (e.g. forum) as well as synchronous communication (e.g. chat, weekly online meetings)

The course ends with the submission of an exit test that is assessing the actual knowledge level of the learner based on the CEFR requirements. The test will assess all the four skill areas (speaking, reading, listening, and writing) plus the special police vocabulary. After the test a certificate will be issued.

Nomination

The online course offers 100 seats altogether.
The nomination deadline is 12 July 2019, in case you are interested in, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point before 28 June 2019.

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Online Course 08/2019: Environmental crime 09 October 2019 to 30 October 2019

The overall objective of the training activity is to enhance cross-border cooperation and the application of financial investigative techniques in combating environmental crime.

The activity will focus on sharing knowledge on environmental crime features and money laundering typologies while a separate module will concentrate on the added value of EU cooperation instruments (Europol, Eurojust).

The programme will cover illicit waste trade, wildlife trafficking, forest & waste fires, illegal fishing in terms of environmental crime but a strong focus will be paid on money laundering patterns as well such as the offshore challenge, cash collection networks, trade-based money laundering practices, money laundering techniques via virtual currencies or underground banking. Additionally the importance of open sources intelligence and the viable use of EU cooperation tools (Europol, Eurojust) will be also debated during the course. The curriculum intends to link environmental crime and money laundering throughout the whole programme of the online course.

The course will be held entirely in English, therefore it is essential that nominated officials possess appropriate language skills. The entire activity is carried out online hence the physical presence of participants will not be required.

No special experience is required from participants but it is important that they are open-minded, active and will be willing to share their ideas/experience during the learning process.

The course will be delivered over a period of 3 weeks. Participants are expected to study around 1-1.5 hour per working day during this period in order to be able to complete the activity (total training hours 21 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.

Technical requirements: PC, headset (or microphone and headphones), broadband connection to the Internet, Office suite installed on PCs.

Nomination

Altogether around 35 places will be offered to law enforcement experts in this activity.
The nomination deadline is 16 September 2019, in case you are interested in, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point at your earliest convenience.

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64/2019 Crisis hostage negotiation and crisis communication 14 October 2019 to 18 October 2019

The aim of the course is:

  • To address the fundamental pre-requisites for a successful hostage negotiation in combination with crisis communication management.
  • To improve crisis communication reflecting current increased digitization and use of social media on international scale and therefore keep the integrity of law enforcement communication to public.
 
 
76/2019 Intellectual Property Rights - Counterfeiting and Piracy 14 October 2019 to 18 October 2019

The aim of the course is:

  • To recognise European criminal patterns on counterfeiting, share good practices on inter-agency and public-private cooperation, and identify the best investigative and administrative counter-measures.
  • To focus on counterfeiting in general with a specific modules on how to combat the illicit traffic of counterfeit goods on the internet and how to proceed with financial investigative/asset recovery measures following successful investigation of cases counterfeiting.
 
14 October 2019

The webinar aims to explain the range of possibilities that Europol offers to all law enforcement officers in Europe:

- Staff

- Seconded National Experts

- Guest officers

- Interns

- Liaison officers

 
63/2019 Informant handling – advanced 15 October 2019 to 18 October 2019

The aim of the course is:

  • To pursue the harmonization and standardization of procedures in informant handling.
  • To improve knowledge on existing informant related practices.
  • To enhance cross-border cooperation and build mutual understanding of national legal practices related to informants.
  • To build up expertise in the handling of Covert Human Intelligence Sources (CHIS), especially in the crime area of organised crime.
 
 
16 October 2019

The overall objective of this online training event is to enhance knowledge on the big data analysis in the context of financial crime investigations.

The webinar will concentrate on sharing practical working experience of the German Federal Police (Bundeskriminalamt) obtained during the automated analysis of the Panama Papers. The first part of the webinar will introduce the principles of big data analysis with a focus on the fundamental approaches for analysing large amounts of text data. This will also include an overview of how to prepare the data for the analysis, and how to deal with large amounts of text data encoded in various formats.

The second part will focus on practical working experiences made in the context of the Panama Papers analysis. The following issues will be highlighted: Which analysis needs had to be covered by internally developed tools due to the lack of available commercial tools? Which particular analysis techniques were used and what are the lessons learned?

While the contributing experts will mainly focus on working logic and the analysis techniques during their presentation, they will also shortly cover police management issues in order to provide an idea on the level of investment and expertise required in big data analysis initiatives.

 
 
18 October 2019

The webinar aims to give an overview of the current state of play of the threat of firearms in the Darknet and to present the new challenges faced by Law Enforcement officials in this field.

 
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Online Course 11/2019: Police English Language Online Course 09 September 2019 to 31 October 2019

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

The duration of the course is eight weeks. The curriculum content will focus on online self-paced, as well as, trainer guided activities and related assignments in the following subject knowledge areas:

  1. English Police Station, Equipment and Officers
  2. Money Laundering
  3. Cyber crime
  4. Europol
  5. Schengen
  6. Counterterrorism
  7. EU Policy Cycle
  8. Joint Investigation Teams
  9. Immigration

Reading, speaking, writing and listening skills will be practiced in the context of the abovementioned topics. Grammar teaching activities and official reports writing related to police specific communication will also be incorporated in the course. The course will be task-based and it will use a varied teaching methodology which will include:

  • Self-paced activities
  • Teacher-learner and peer-to-peer interactions
  • Asynchronous (e.g. forum) as well as synchronous communication (e.g. chat, weekly online meetings)

The course ends with the submission of an exit test that is assessing the actual knowledge level of the learner based on the CEFR requirements. The test will assess all the four skill areas (speaking, reading, listening, and writing) plus the special police vocabulary. After the test a certificate will be issued.

Nomination

The online course offers 100 seats altogether.
The nomination deadline is 12 July 2019, in case you are interested in, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point before 28 June 2019.

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Online Course 08/2019: Environmental crime 09 October 2019 to 30 October 2019

The overall objective of the training activity is to enhance cross-border cooperation and the application of financial investigative techniques in combating environmental crime.

The activity will focus on sharing knowledge on environmental crime features and money laundering typologies while a separate module will concentrate on the added value of EU cooperation instruments (Europol, Eurojust).

The programme will cover illicit waste trade, wildlife trafficking, forest & waste fires, illegal fishing in terms of environmental crime but a strong focus will be paid on money laundering patterns as well such as the offshore challenge, cash collection networks, trade-based money laundering practices, money laundering techniques via virtual currencies or underground banking. Additionally the importance of open sources intelligence and the viable use of EU cooperation tools (Europol, Eurojust) will be also debated during the course. The curriculum intends to link environmental crime and money laundering throughout the whole programme of the online course.

The course will be held entirely in English, therefore it is essential that nominated officials possess appropriate language skills. The entire activity is carried out online hence the physical presence of participants will not be required.

No special experience is required from participants but it is important that they are open-minded, active and will be willing to share their ideas/experience during the learning process.

The course will be delivered over a period of 3 weeks. Participants are expected to study around 1-1.5 hour per working day during this period in order to be able to complete the activity (total training hours 21 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.

Technical requirements: PC, headset (or microphone and headphones), broadband connection to the Internet, Office suite installed on PCs.

Nomination

Altogether around 35 places will be offered to law enforcement experts in this activity.
The nomination deadline is 16 September 2019, in case you are interested in, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point at your earliest convenience.

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17/2019 Cannabis - production and smuggling 21 October 2019 to 24 October 2019

The aim of the course is:

  • To increase law enforcement capacity to dismantle organised crime groups specialised in illicit production and smuggling of cannabis.
  • To gain knowledge on new forms of criminal modus operandi and better understanding on the operation of cannabis supply chain.
 
 
 
36/2019 Combating card fraud 21 October 2019 to 24 October 2019

The aim of the course is:

  • To enhance cooperation and to share experience about newest investigative methods linked to crimes in the field of the skimming devices and non-cash payment fraud investigations.
  • To develop skills on forensic evidence collection in the field of payment card fraud, namely the skimming and a special perspective of the card not present (CNP) fraud related issue, the Darknet.
  • To improve national and cross-border operational capacity on countering ATM attacks.
 
 
21 October 2019

The webinar aims to raise awareness on challenges and best practices concerning the application of Low Value Grants for the implementation of EMAPCT's Operational Action Plans.

 
70/2019 European Explosive Ordnance Disposal Network 22 October 2019 to 25 October 2019

The aim of the course is:

  • To facilitate information sharing and trust building and contribute to the identification of best practices and up to date knowledge on CBRN and Explosives domains.
  • To create awareness within Counter Terrorism Senior Law Enforcement Officials in order to generate and improve possible operations to support the fully implementation of the Regulation EU 98/2013 on the marketing and use of explosives precursors.
 
15/2019 Cocaine smuggling 22 October 2019 to 25 October 2019

The aim of the course is:

  • To increase law enforcement capacity to dismantle organised crime groups specialised in cocaine trafficking.
  • To gain knowledge on criminal modus operandi and better understanding on the operation of cocaine supply chain.
 
 
23 October 2019

The webinar aims to:

- Explain how to evaluate and interpret the likelihood ratio in DNA mixtures interpretation;

- Explain how to report your results in the most conservative (and correct) way in courtrooms;

- Describe the main principles of Likelihood Ratio calculation and the new insights in the field of DNA interpretation.

 
 
 
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Online Course 11/2019: Police English Language Online Course 09 September 2019 to 31 October 2019

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

The duration of the course is eight weeks. The curriculum content will focus on online self-paced, as well as, trainer guided activities and related assignments in the following subject knowledge areas:

  1. English Police Station, Equipment and Officers
  2. Money Laundering
  3. Cyber crime
  4. Europol
  5. Schengen
  6. Counterterrorism
  7. EU Policy Cycle
  8. Joint Investigation Teams
  9. Immigration

Reading, speaking, writing and listening skills will be practiced in the context of the abovementioned topics. Grammar teaching activities and official reports writing related to police specific communication will also be incorporated in the course. The course will be task-based and it will use a varied teaching methodology which will include:

  • Self-paced activities
  • Teacher-learner and peer-to-peer interactions
  • Asynchronous (e.g. forum) as well as synchronous communication (e.g. chat, weekly online meetings)

The course ends with the submission of an exit test that is assessing the actual knowledge level of the learner based on the CEFR requirements. The test will assess all the four skill areas (speaking, reading, listening, and writing) plus the special police vocabulary. After the test a certificate will be issued.

Nomination

The online course offers 100 seats altogether.
The nomination deadline is 12 July 2019, in case you are interested in, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point before 28 June 2019.

 
 
 
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Online Course 08/2019: Environmental crime 09 October 2019 to 30 October 2019

The overall objective of the training activity is to enhance cross-border cooperation and the application of financial investigative techniques in combating environmental crime.

The activity will focus on sharing knowledge on environmental crime features and money laundering typologies while a separate module will concentrate on the added value of EU cooperation instruments (Europol, Eurojust).

The programme will cover illicit waste trade, wildlife trafficking, forest & waste fires, illegal fishing in terms of environmental crime but a strong focus will be paid on money laundering patterns as well such as the offshore challenge, cash collection networks, trade-based money laundering practices, money laundering techniques via virtual currencies or underground banking. Additionally the importance of open sources intelligence and the viable use of EU cooperation tools (Europol, Eurojust) will be also debated during the course. The curriculum intends to link environmental crime and money laundering throughout the whole programme of the online course.

The course will be held entirely in English, therefore it is essential that nominated officials possess appropriate language skills. The entire activity is carried out online hence the physical presence of participants will not be required.

No special experience is required from participants but it is important that they are open-minded, active and will be willing to share their ideas/experience during the learning process.

The course will be delivered over a period of 3 weeks. Participants are expected to study around 1-1.5 hour per working day during this period in order to be able to complete the activity (total training hours 21 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.

Technical requirements: PC, headset (or microphone and headphones), broadband connection to the Internet, Office suite installed on PCs.

Nomination

Altogether around 35 places will be offered to law enforcement experts in this activity.
The nomination deadline is 16 September 2019, in case you are interested in, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point at your earliest convenience.

 
 
 
58/2019: SIRENE Officers – level 1 28 October 2019 to 01 November 2019

The aim of the course is to support the effective functioning of SIRENE cooperation on the basis of the SIS II legal instruments, the SIRENE Manual, the Best Practice Catalogue and the document “Data Exchange Between SIRENE (DEBS)” in order to make information exchange more efficient.

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25/2019 Darkweb and cryptocurrencies – illegal use 28 October 2019 to 31 October 2019

The aim of the course is:

  • To increase skills on how to look for virtual currencies (VC) in criminal investigation and how to identify the existence of a VC wallet, notably in the framework of searches.
  • To build capacity to identify the use of virtual currencies in criminal cases, use available tools and techniques to extract intelligence from virtual currencies transactions and seize and confiscate virtual currencies.
 
28 October 2019

Objectives of the webinar:

  • apply the concept of a JIT;
  • differentiate between JITs and other forms of judicial cooperation;
  • distinguish the roles of the actors involved in a JIT;
  • obtain understanding of the basic phases of the lifetime of a JIT: setting up of a JIT, operation of a JIT, closure and follow up;
  • learn about possibilities to involve main EU actor in a JIT, Eurojust and Europol;
  • learn about the support provided by Eurojust to JITs: operational support, JIT funding, JIT expertise and knowledge;
  • possibilities of JITs funding; and
  • other supporting tools, such as JIT model agreement and JIT Practical Guide.
 
29 October 2019

The webinar aims to familiarise participants with a number of practical, applicable techniques of investigating the internet and social media.

 
 
31 October 2019

Objectives of the webinar:

  • Aim of information exchange within EU CSDP environment;
  • Implementation of information exchange and specifics to be met;
  • Type of reports and its periodicity/timing;
  • Key elements in different reports;
  • General information exchange.- Aim of information exchange within EU CSDP environment;
  • Implementation of information exchange and specifics to be met;
  • Type of reports and its periodicity/timing;
  • Key elements in different reports;
  • General information exchange.
 

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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