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71/2022/ONS: Train the Trainers – Step 1 27 June 2022 to 01 July 2022

The aim of this activity is to improve the effectiveness and the quality of law enforcement training in the EU Member States and in the CEPOL activities by preparing trainers in using modern delivery methods and applying blended learning techniques.

 
 
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48/2022/ONS: Public-Private Partnerships in Counter-terrorist Financing 27 June 2022 to 01 July 2022

The aim of this activity is to enhance the fight against and the prevention of terrorism by using the Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) approach to the financial investigation of terrorism and of financing of terrorism as a tactical tool.

 
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94/2022/ONS: Disaster Victim Identification, Management and Joint Operations 28 June 2022 to 01 July 2022

The aim of this activity is to:

  • establish an enhanced coordination and management of national and international disaster victim identification operations;
  • enhance and harmonise the level of knowledge of law enforcement personnel involved in coordinating and managing disaster victim identification as well as in the identification of deceased victims.
 
 
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27/2022/ONS: Excise Fraud - Investigation 04 July 2022 to 08 July 2022

The aim of this activity is to enhance the fight against excise fraud by improving the knowledge on the existing patterns of excise fraud, by exchanging good practices of excise investigations and by facilitating the use of financial investigative techniques in excise cases. The course aims to discuss all forms of excise fraud while paying particular attention to cigarette smuggling and illegal manufacturing of cigarettes.

 
 
04 July 2022

The aim of the webinar is to inform about the existing service of German Helpdesk to verify documents and to compare facial images in real time with providing an answer within 5 minutes to offer a reliable service for first line officers, with an additional special service to verify Ukrainian documents.

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

  • assess the German Helpdesk support for the own organisations;
  • describe the support provided by the German Helpdesk and its legal aspects and background;
  • contact the German Helpdesk to ask for support.
 
77/2022/ONS: Workshop for Activity Managers 05 July 2022 to 08 July 2022

The aim of this activity is to improve the quality of training by providing tools and knowledge that allow Activity Managers to design course curricula and programmes in line with CEPOL’s quality standards.

 
67/2022/ONS: Passenger Name Record (PNR) - Data Analysis 05 July 2022 to 07 July 2022

The aim of this activity is to enhance the processing and analysis of Passenger Name Record (PNR) data and the presentation of the extracted results by improving officials’ capacities improve, update and share knowledge on the PNR domain, as well as the processes, tools, and importance of operational and strategic cooperation between PIUs and other parties.

 
08 July 2022

The aim of the webinar is to inform about the existing service of Spanish Helpdesk to verify documents and to compare facial images in real time with providing an answer within 5 minutes to offer a reliable service for first line officers, with an additional special service to verify Ukrainian documents.

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

  • assess the Spanish Helpdesk support for the own organisations;
  • describe the support provided by the Spanish Helpdesk and its legal aspects and background;
  • contact the Spanish Helpdesk to ask for support.
 
 
 
 
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13 July 2022

End of life ships that are not planned to be used anymore must be dismantled properly, following the strict waste management and recycling rules set by the Basel and Hong Kong Conventions. However the clean and safe disposal of ships is an expensive process. According to international and national legislations the ship owners must exercise due diligence and must avoid to do business with unscrupulous scrap dealers. However due to profit reasons in practice old vessels are often sold by owners to scrap dealer criminals in order to get rid of the `problem` of old vessels. These corrupt cash buyers bring the ships to India, Bangladesh, Pakistan or other developing countries with weaker environmental enforcement capacity where the vessels are sold to and demolished by the local shipbreaking industry without any care. During the illegal breaking of ships, toxic substances are dumped into the environment polluting the seashores and the oceans. Moreover these sites are featured by unsafe and unhealthy conditions, child labour and chronic exploitation of workers.

The basic features of this criminal phenomenon had been discussed in the CEPOL webinar “Shipbreaking” organised in 2021 (The recorded version is available at the CEPOL electronic platform `LEEd` under section “recorded webinars”/2021). That training event raised awareness on the characteristics of the crime and described the principles of waste management rules in view of Basel Convention and Hong Kong Convention.

This second webinar is the follow-up of the first one discussing recent developments and case examples from the perspective of German and Dutch enforcement authorities. Additionally the NGO Shipbreaking Platform a pioneering civilian initiative on the topic will also share their views of the current situation.

 
 
 
 
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13/2022/ONS: Money Laundering via Offshore Structures 18 July 2022 to 22 July 2022

The aim of this activity is to:

  • enhance the fight against money laundering via offshore structures by exchanging knowledge on money laundering schemes and sharing good intelligence, risk analysis and investigative practices;
  • strengthen transnational financial investigation competencies as well as knowledge on classic money laundering prevention methods.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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26 July 2022

The aim of the webinar is to improve the capabilities for effective protection of public places by identifying the procedures/steps of target analysis, discussing options offered by Security by Design (SbD) and Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) to prevent and mitigate the effects of terrorism/extremism in public places.

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

  • Identify potential threats by risk assessment and risk treatment of public places;
  • Recognise the effectiveness of public-private cooperation to improve the prevention and mitigation of vulnerabilities in public places;
  • Reduce opportunities for undesired behaviour by promoting positive actions;
  • Underline lessons learnt/best practices from Security by Design methodology;
  • Focus on offender, victim and situation;
  • Include a timeline approach: before, during, after and afterwards.
 
 
 
 
 
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European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1066 Budapest
Ó utca 27
Hungary

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European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
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Hungary

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Telephone: +36 1 803 8030/8031

Fax: +36 1 803 8032

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