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December 2019

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92/2019 EU CSDP police command and planning 18 November 2019 to 01 December 2019

The aim of the course is to provide command and control competences in terms of mission planning, implementation, management and evaluation to Senior Law Enforcement Officials eligible for high level positions within the EU crisis management missions and operations.

02 December 2019

The overall objective of this webinar is to introduce and present the area of core international crimes (genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes) and the particularities of investigating these crimes within the EU, especially in the context of the past and ongoing immigration influx and the armed conflicts in the EU’s neighbouring area.

35/2019 Strategies in managing child sex offenders 03 December 2019 to 06 December 2019

The aim of the course is to assist Member States in sharing knowledge on application and coordination regarding transposition of the Directive 2011/93/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 December 2011 on combating sexual abuse and sexual exploitation of children, and child pornography, replacing the Council Framework- Decision 2004/68/JHA.

03 December 2019

The aim of this activity is to raise awareness about human rights and to correlate human rights protection with police human resources. This webinar also intends to increase knowledge about EU institutions and to provide in-depth understanding of human rights’ and fundamental freedoms’ necessity for protection, as well as to improve English language legal terminology, by examining case-law of the Court of Justice of the EU.

Upon completion of the activity the participants will be able to:

a) Get acquainted with the Court of Justice of the EU,

b) Enhance their knowledge on human rights,

c) Understand how the EU can protect human rights,

d) Re-evaluate need for human rights protection through police personnel’s own rights.

03 December 2019

The overall objective of this webinar is to give an introduction of the main brand-owners associations and provide an overall knowledge of legal resources in order to facilitate access to IP protection.

04 December 2019

The aim of the webinar is to improve hate crime recording by law enforcement.

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

- Define hate crime;

- Explain the importance of recording hate crime;

- Recognise bias indicators in the context of hate crime recording.

44/2019 Online trade in illicit goods and services - TOR, Darknet 09 December 2019 to 12 December 2019

The aim of the course is to enhance cooperation on cross-border cases (e.g. smuggling of drugs, firearms etc.) by using The Onion Router (TOR)-networks and Darknet and to improve the related digital investigative methods.

89/2019 Aftermath of attack 09 December 2019 to 13 December 2019

The aim of the course is to draw upon national experiences in the following fields:

  • Securing the area of the attack
  • Role of the forensic / judicial police
  • Communication between actors involved on the scene
  • Communication to the public
  • Exchange of information / international cooperation
  • EU good practices for law enforcement officials dealing with terrorist attacks
20/2019 Synthetic drugs and new psychoactive substances 10 December 2019 to 13 December 2019

The aim of the course is:

  • To increase law enforcement capacity to dismantle organised crime groups specialised in synthetic drugs production and contraband.
  • To enhance law enforcement cooperation through learning and discussing the possibilities of fighting the production and trafficking of synthetic drugs with perspective on the new form of synthetic drugs, including new psychoactive substances.
10 December 2019

The aim of the webinar is to enable participants to understand the concept of the illicit drug market within the broader context of changing patterns of drug use, cultural and social factors and links to wider criminality; to describe to participants in detail the markets for the main drug types and the key points; and to talk about the opportunities for improvement of operational practices by using strategic analysis.

10 December 2019

The aim of the webinar is:

  • To build capabilities for effective protection of critical infrastructures and public spaces, thus mitigating terrorist attacks and threats,
  • To illustrate technical and organizational preventive measures, as well as an approach for the benefit of first responders.
11 December 2019

This webinar aims to enhance police capacities to recognise and deal with hate crime towards ethnic groups.

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

1. Define hate crime;

2. Explain the connection between migration and hate crime;

3. Recognise hate crime directed towards ethnic groups.

11 December 2019

The objective of the webinar is to have a general understanding of the Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP), Freedom Security and Justice (FSJ) and the nexus between them and to have a general understanding of structures and instruments related to the CSDP/FSJ nexus.

13 December 2019

The objective of the webinar is to raise awareness among law enforcement officers about what are the financial “aspects” that they could come across in Child Sexual Exploitation investigations.

13 December 2019

After the webinar, the attendees are able to:

  • identify steps needed to prepare a webinar in terms of technical setup, identifying suitable subject matter, committing expert speakers, preparing an agenda that allows the webinar in recorded format to be re-used optimally, requirements for reporting;
  • recall the steps of a live webinar (pre-broadcast, opening, introduction, housekeeping rules, speakers, Q&A, closure and evaluation) and identify key elements in each of these;
  • list the tasks following the completion of a webinar: data collection and reporting, recorded webinar, certificates of attendance;
  • point out different ways of re-using the webinar in its recorded format.
16 December 2019

The webinar aims to describe the overall architecture of the Entry/Exit System (EES), the various actors involved and focus on how Law Enforcement activities will integrate with EES. It is proposed as well to describe the roadmap towards the entry into operations including the testing activities.

17 December 2019

The objective is to raise awareness and present the latest techniques and developments concerning the best use of ballistic intelligence and firearms forensics.

After the Webinar, participants will be able to:

1. Understand the full potential of ballistic forensics

2. Understand the concept and importance of ballistics intelligence

3. Be aware of the important role of Firearm Focal Points

17 December 2019

The objective of the webinar is:

  • Understand role of Europol in supporting synthetic drug operations,
  • Illustrate importance of gathering of information on the EU level regarding ongoing investigations,
  • Apply information exchange tools through Europol.
18 December 2019

The objective of the webinar is to:

  • raise awareness of the ISF (Import Security Filing) Project CARGO mandate and objectives;
  • present the modus operandi in organised property crime;
  • discuss new trends and preventive measures, techniques to tackle this type of crime and mobile organised crime groups;
  • understand capacities offered by the ISF Project CARGO to be used for information exchange and analytical support in order to tackle cross-border dimension of organised property crime;
  • outlining the current state and success.
19 December 2019

The objective of the webinar is to:

  • to learn what ProfID is and what this innovative project can bring to both analysts and investigators in combating document fraud and criminal networks,
  • to get an overview of the websecurized profiling database and its powerful capacities, and to be given a short course on the profiling of fraudulent documents,
  • to learn about the latest outcomes of the project and its future developments in Europe.


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