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January 2021

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08 January 2021

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

  • Describe the differences between domestic violence incidence during a lockdown or in normal times;
  • Explain the impact of domestic violence on the victims and the difficulties or possibilities to obtain support during a lockdown;
  • Make proposals for police interventions in domestic violence incidents during a lockdown.
 
 
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18 January 2021

Objectives of the webinar:

  • To increase the knowledge on legal ways of transferring/importing/exporting weapons and documentation associated
  • To support the initial, appropriate evidence securing
  • Recognise different MO applied by criminals
  • Enhance LEA capacities to prevent and fight Firearms Trafficking
 
19 January 2021

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 importance of countering such hate crime;
  • Apply this knowledge for addressing these issues in practice.

 
20 January 2021

The coronavirus has had a dramatic effect on our European society and drastically changed the daily routine of citizens all over the continent. At the same time, the pandemic also presents an unprecedented challenge for law enforcement and judiciary, who are responsible for maintaining rule of law and security in a profoundly changed environment characterised by economic decline, rising unemployment and uncertainty. In order to face this shifting landscape, organisations like Eurojust have had to accelerate certain organisational-institutional reforms whose far-reaching consequences will remain with us long after the pandemic ends.

How does the coronavirus impact Eurojust’s operations and services? How have EU agencies in the forefront of European cooperation reacted to the pandemic? What can we learn from this radically novel situation and the ongoing change management? How can we further digitalise judicial cooperation and make sure that information and evidence can be exchanged under all circumstances?

Ladislav Hamran, President of Eurojust and Dr.h.c Detlef Schröder, Executive Director of CEPOL will respond to these questions and share their ideas and vision on this highly actual topic during the “Coffee talks – Eurojust – CEPOL”. The coffee talk will take a format of an informal, free-flowing intellectual dialogue between the two like-minded senior EU leaders which could easily take place over a coffee.

 
21 January 2021

Objectives of the webinar:

  • to provide information on Joint Operational Office Vienna activities against Human Smuggling and Trafficking;
  • to explain new modi operandi in the context of COVID-19;
  • to raise awareness about the versatility of the following facilitators:
  1. Migrant smuggling under the COVID-19 travel restrictions;
  2. Police work under the influence of the COVID-19 situation;
  3. Use of falsified health certifications for travelling of migrants;
  4. Use of the green borders.
 
21 January 2021

The objectives of the webinar are to:

  • Improve Law Enforcement Agents (LEA) capabilities to respond to serious and organised crime and counterterrorism in the COVID-19 pandemic situation;
  • Identify the major impacts that COVID-19 posed to Counterterrorism and Serious and Organised Crime criminal activities;
  • Recognise the new threats and vulnerabilities that Terrorists and Organised Criminal groups are exploiting, during the Pandemic Situation;
  • Summarize the challenges and difficulties to an effective response of LEA to those new threats.
 
22 January 2021

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

  • Describe the main types of electronic payment frauds and understand the differences between them;
  • Understand the steps to make the international cooperation more dynamic and to enhance the efficiency of inter-agency cooperation;
 
 
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25 January 2021

The aim of this webinar is to give an overview of the investigative techniques and decryption tools that can be used by law enforcement authorities in cyber forensic investigations.

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

  • Identify encrypted files and communications;
  • Describe the forensic tools available on decryption;
  • Explain the role of EU funded projects to support law enforcement agencies in their malware investigations.
 
25 January 2021

The aim of this webinar is to:

  • apply the concept of Joint Investigation Teams (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 expertise and knowledge, possibilities of JITs funding;
  • learn about JIT Network and role of the JITs national experts;
  • other supporting tools, such as JIT model agreement and JIT Practical Guide.
 
26 January 2021

The objective of this webinar is to provide a comprehensive overview of the most relevant news stemming from new regulations including legal aspects, new functionalities, technical features and impacts on Schengen Information System (SIS) and SIRENE (Supplementary Information Request at the National Entries) subjects.

 
26 January 2021

The aim of the webinar is to provide an overview on societies' critical infrastructure as potential target for terrorist attack, with particular emphasis on water supply.

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

  • describe, what makes the critical infrastructure of societies an attractive target for terroristic purposes;
  • outline, what kind of operational conditions for authorities and other key players an intentional attack to critical infrastructure is likely to reveal;
  • contrast, why water supply is (not) a potential target.
 
26 January 2021

The aim of this webinar is to enhance safety and security by increasing the effectiveness and harmonisation of the policing of football matches with an international dimension within Europe.

 
27 January 2021

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

Professor Dina Porat, a well-known leading historian, who has been awarded numerous prizes for her publications and achievements will give a presentation on the rise of antisemitism during the coronavirus pandemic. Prof. Porat is a professor emeritus of modern Jewish history at the Department of Jewish History at Tel Aviv University and the chief historian of Yad Vashem.

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

  • Describe the prevalence and forms of hate crime against Jewish persons;
  • Describe the pandemic factors influencing the rise of hate crime;
  • Apply this knowledge for addressing these issues in practice.
 
28 January 2021

Early last year, the emergence and spread of a new virus-based illness arrived at European shores; few observer in the media or law enforcement were in position to foresee the impact the COVID-19 pandemic would have on daily lives of citizens and law enforcement professionals alike. While governments attempt to keep control of a quickly deteriorating public-health situation by introducing restrictions on free movement, consumer trade and assembly in private and public areas, police and other law enforcement bodies had no choice but to adopt to the disruption of social and professional routines and to enforce previously unimaginable novel rules of “social distancing” and “mask-wearing” on a large scale. In the series of previous CEPOL COVID-webinars some light have been shed on the opportunities for serious and less-serious crime created by the “New Normal” of the pandemic condition and the ways European law enforcement officials having tried to react.

This is the first of two consecutive webinars trying to provide an interim summary birds-eye view after almost a year of policing the COVID-19 from a dedicated analysis & research-perspective. As much has been discussed and speculated in the media and elsewhere, the focus of the presentations is on the systematic collection of facts and figures – and the resulting issues of potential interest for each European law enforcement official on whatever level of hierarchy or position.

The overall objective of this webinar is to inform participants on the outcome of recent analysis and research surveys.

 
28 January 2021

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

  • Recognise the importance of hate crime reporting through third party reporting centres and services (victim support organisations, community organisation, local authorities; national human rights bodies);
  • Describe what elements make a good third party reporting and referral system, leading to increased victims’ access to justice, support and safety;
  • Apply this knowledge in practice.

 
28 January 2021

The aim of this webinar is to give an overview of the situation of threats related to non-cash payment fraud during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The participants will gain knowledge about:

  • Different trends and typologies of electronic payment frauds (Card Present Fraud and Card Not Present Fraud);
  • Public-private cooperation and role of the private sector in combatting non-cash payment fraud.

 
 
 
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