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June 2020

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Online Course 09/2020: Darkweb and Cryptocurrencies 02 June 2020 to 22 June 2020

The aim of this activity is to enhance knowledge about Darkweb and to increase basic investigative skills such as blockchain analysis, seizing cryptocurrencies and investigating darknet marketplaces. The aim is also to enhance cross-border investigations and cooperation regarding Darkweb and cryptocurrencies cases.

The learning process highlights a learner-centred approach and will accommodate interactive, participatory, practical and experiential orientated principles. The activity involves didactic learning through lectures and presentations by subject matter experts.

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. The course is accessible through CEPOL's e-learning platform LEEd (after approved registration).

Nomination: The online course offers 30 seats altogether. In case you are interested, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point.


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02 June 2020

The objective of the webinar is to introduce the Project AviaTor to Law Enforcement and to demonstrate of the tool(s) offered to EU law enforcement to deal with NCMEC (National Center for Missing and Exploited Children) reports in a more effective way.

 
03 June 2020

The objective of the webinar is to introduce and/or update the participants about the latest features of EMAS 4.0 - Europol Malware Analysis Solution. EMAS is a Law Enforcement restricted malware analysis platform owned and hosted by Europol that supports the forensic examination of malware behaviour and focused in to enrich cross-border malware related investigations.

The webinar will also raise awareness among the participants on the risks of submitting case related malware samples to online malware analysis platforms.

 
04 June 2020

This webinar will give information on the Administrative Approach to tackle serious and organised crime. The focus will be on the opportunities offered by this approach and the recently published EU Handbook on the Administrative Approach. This Handbook contains information on the European Network on the Administrative Approach and subsequently focuses on the definition and the five pillars of this methodology by using Administrative Approach initiatives as examples. At the end, an overview is given on what has been done in the EU already.

 
 
 
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Online Course 09/2020: Darkweb and Cryptocurrencies 02 June 2020 to 22 June 2020

The aim of this activity is to enhance knowledge about Darkweb and to increase basic investigative skills such as blockchain analysis, seizing cryptocurrencies and investigating darknet marketplaces. The aim is also to enhance cross-border investigations and cooperation regarding Darkweb and cryptocurrencies cases.

The learning process highlights a learner-centred approach and will accommodate interactive, participatory, practical and experiential orientated principles. The activity involves didactic learning through lectures and presentations by subject matter experts.

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. The course is accessible through CEPOL's e-learning platform LEEd (after approved registration).

Nomination: The online course offers 30 seats altogether. In case you are interested, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point.


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08 June 2020

Virtual currencies such as Bitcoin, Monero, Ethereum, Litecoin are more and more frequently used by criminals in performing their illegal activities and for hiding the proceeds of their crime. Law enforcement agencies around Europe do manage to track down and seize virtual currencies in more and more cases thanks to the ongoing investment into digital investigation capacities and the accumulated knowledge and experience.

Nevertheless a number of questions remain unanswered with regard to the management of seized cryptocurrencies. How to store them securely? Should the state exchange the seized cryptocurrencies to normal currency or not? If yes, when to sell the virtual currencies? Who shall bear the risks of the volatility of the value of the seized virtual currencies? To whom and how shall the state sell virtual currencies? In what amount should the virtual currencies be sold in order to maximise the revenue? (As not many potential buyers would purchase 10s of bitcoins in one sale due to the large value.) How to administer the storage or the procedure of sale? Is it sensible to use the scarcely available cryptocurrency expertise in police organisations for the management of crypto assets or these experts should conduct and facilitate intelligence and investigation actions instead?

The overall objective of this online training event is to show how the Belgian Federal Police found a flexible and economical solution to these problems by procuring an external company to provide these essential services regarding cryptocurrency management. The webinar will be supported by Belgian criminal police expert and an external cyrptocurrency consultant.

 
 
 
11 June 2020

Objectives of the webinar:

  • understanding different risks in the Financial Technology field from money laundering and terrorist financing perspective,
  • focusing on Payment Service Providers (PSP) and companies related to transferring of funds.
 
 
 
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Online Course 09/2020: Darkweb and Cryptocurrencies 02 June 2020 to 22 June 2020

The aim of this activity is to enhance knowledge about Darkweb and to increase basic investigative skills such as blockchain analysis, seizing cryptocurrencies and investigating darknet marketplaces. The aim is also to enhance cross-border investigations and cooperation regarding Darkweb and cryptocurrencies cases.

The learning process highlights a learner-centred approach and will accommodate interactive, participatory, practical and experiential orientated principles. The activity involves didactic learning through lectures and presentations by subject matter experts.

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. The course is accessible through CEPOL's e-learning platform LEEd (after approved registration).

Nomination: The online course offers 30 seats altogether. In case you are interested, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point.


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16 June 2020

Objectives of the webinar:

  • To understand the range of changes to crime and security in times of disruption such as COVID-19 situation;
  • To be aware about recent cases when elderly people become victims of fraud and theft offences in the context of COVID-19;
  • To be informed about the new trends of thefts of facemasks and burglaries in pharmacies.
 
17 June 2020

Objectives of the webinar:

  • Provide information on the EU response to organised migrant smuggling with an emphasis on the geo-political context that led to the establishment of Joint Operational Team (JOT) MARE;
  • Describe the characteristics, objectives and tasks of JOT MARE;
  • Explain the main features of organised migrant smuggling across sea smuggling routes;
  • Explain the importance and benefit of law enforcement cooperation in tackling organised migrant smuggling.
 
17 June 2020

The objectives of the webinar is to better understand the gender dimension of the trafficking in human beings and how to implement gender sensitive measures from the identification to the protection of women and girls victims of Trafficking in Human Beings (THB).

 
 
 
 
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Online Course 09/2020: Darkweb and Cryptocurrencies 02 June 2020 to 22 June 2020

The aim of this activity is to enhance knowledge about Darkweb and to increase basic investigative skills such as blockchain analysis, seizing cryptocurrencies and investigating darknet marketplaces. The aim is also to enhance cross-border investigations and cooperation regarding Darkweb and cryptocurrencies cases.

The learning process highlights a learner-centred approach and will accommodate interactive, participatory, practical and experiential orientated principles. The activity involves didactic learning through lectures and presentations by subject matter experts.

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. The course is accessible through CEPOL's e-learning platform LEEd (after approved registration).

Nomination: The online course offers 30 seats altogether. In case you are interested, please contact your local CEPOL National Unit / CEPOL National Contact Point.


 
23 June 2020

The objectives of the webinar is to:

  • overview a current Missing Trader Intra Community (MTIC) fraud modi operandi within Europe;
  • acquaint with the types of MTIC fraud: the specific case of "carrousel fraud", indications that may lead to the detection of the presence of an MTIC fraud network;
  • introduce criminal investigation tools used to collect evidence in order to reconstruct the fraud circuits and prove the existence of MTIC fraud - examples of fraud circuits that have been reconstituted and specificities of the investigated fraud network.
 
 
25 June 2020

The objectives of the webinar is to improve performance of law enforcement officers by enhancing awareness of the internet as a crime-enabling factor in the areas of migrant smuggling and human trafficking as well as related document fraud, in particular with a focus on:

  • The recruitment of would-be migrants and trafficking victims on social media;
  • The large-scale promotion of stolen and fraudulently obtained genuine documents for use of illegal immigration;
  • The use of such documents for the look-alike method in migrant smuggling activities;
  • Messaging services for ease of communication and arranging payments from third countries, and for promoting mass migrant movements;
  • The use of “burner apps” and virtually created phone numbers that allow hart-to-trace communication and complicate investigations.
 
26 June 2020

The objectives of the webinar is to :

  • Describe ongoing developments in the area of drug trafficking and their impact on the internal security of the EU;
  • Assess the medium-term outlook in relation to drug markets;
  • Apply the received knowledge for formulating effective responses at EU and national levels.
 
 
 
 
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29 June 2020

The objectives of the webinar is to :

  • present on-going investigations;
  • get acquainted with the cooperation tools used in the cases - JIT, EIO, police cooperation (Europol);
  • introduce MTIC fraud as a predicate crime in cross border money laundering scheme.
 
30 June 2020

The objectives of the webinar is to :

  • explain the requirements enshrined in the new SIS Regulation (EU) 2018/1860 on return alerts and related consultation procedures;
  • provide information about agreed measures related to return alerts in the context of the SIRENE procedures.
 
 
 
 
 

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