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29 September 2016

Webinar 28/2016 Forensic work on the crime scene

The aim of this webinar is to introduce several methods to analyse crime scene evidence.

30 September 2016

Webinar 16/2016 Cybercrime: trends

This webinar aims at:

  • introducing EUROPOL and EC3's role in the fight against cyber threats;
  • presenting the key threats and trends from the Internet Organised Crime Assessment (iOCTA) 2016;
  • introducing additional tools, such as Cyberbits and OSINT Dashboard.
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03 October 2016

Webinar 19/2016 Combatting and preventing corruption

Participants will learn about international trends and good practices in this field. They will also be provided with examples of fight against corruption at national level.

This course will increase participants’ English language skills and their knowledge of the different European police systems in order to improve cooperation between law enforcement authorities. They will learn to communicate in English in a more efficient way in a professional environment, including the use of police, legal and technical vocabulary in this language.

04 October 2016

Webinar 08/2016 Introduction to the EMCDDA

The aim of this webinar is to enhance awareness amongst EU law enforcement officers of the mandate and activities of the EMCDDA.

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05 October 2016

Webinar 48/2016 The Hot Pursuit operations according to the Convention Implementing the Schengen Agreement (Art. 41 CISA)

The aim of this webinar is to raise awareness among police on this type of cooperation and on the establishment of hot pursuit operations.

Global trends can only be defined from an international perspective - the development and progress of scientifically sound research informing and shaping law enforcement practice or education varies across countries and forces in Europe and worldwide. Thus the organisers are seeking input from a wide circle of international institutions, countries and research projects.

10 October 2016

Participants will discuss challenges and good practices related to the application of the European Arrest Warrant, together with the main security threats and precautionary measures taken in this area through case studies. They will also be able to enhance cooperation on search for fugitives.

This course will enable participants to improve their skills to effectively protect public infrastructures and mitigate the impact of terrorist attacks. They will learn to use intelligence analysis and vulnerability reports to safeguard potential targets, and will identify opportunities for cooperation with the private sector in this regard.

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This course aims at training participants on how to dismantle illicit drug laboratories safely and securely and how to properly conduct crime scene investigation in this field.

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11 October 2016

Webinar 75/2016 Gender-based violence

The aim of this webinar is to raise awareness on different forms of gender-based violence – from physical violence to sexual harassment and stacking – and to encourage the exchange of practical examples of how violence against women can be addressed by law enforcement.

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This activity will enable trainers to implement modern delivery methods and blended learning techniques to ensure quality police training at national level and in the CEPOL activities. They will learn how to organise effective learning environments and processes taking the multicultural factor into account, as well as how to use CEPOL’s LMS and its knowledge bases for training.

Participants will improve their knowledge on informant handling practices during this course, which is also aimed at enhancing cross-border cooperation and trust building in this area. The need to adopt a comprehensive risk assessment for the management of informants will also be highlighted.

18 October 2016

The aim of the activity is to train investigators on how to detect, identify and collect intelligence and evidences in order to prosecute criminal activities on the Darknet or by using virtual currencies. It also aims at contributing to a smoother cross-border cooperation by providing standards and common procedures.

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This activity will enable participants to share their knowledge on modus operandi and countermeasures related to major European and Eurasian mobile organised crime groups. They will gain awareness on the social dimension of this type of crime and will be able to detect elements of cross-border crime in property crimes that might have the appearance of local issues.

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The aim of this course is to enhance participants' knowledge on instruments and techniques used in the fight against Missing Trader Intra Community fraud (MTIC).

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24 October 2016

Participants will be able to recognise European criminal patterns on counterfeiting, share good practices on interagency and public-private cooperation, and identify the best investigative and administrative countermeasures.

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25 October 2016

Webinar 30/2016 Evaluation of mixed DNA profiles

This webinar aims at training DNA experts in statistical methods of interpretation and other parameters involved in the analysis of mixed DNA profiles.

26 October 2016

31 October 2016

The course aims to strengthen the multi-agency approach to detection and investigation of trafficking of illicit goods in container shipments, in particular by encouraging a proactive sharing of information and intelligence detected by customs during risk assessment procedures.

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07 November 2016

This course will provide training in planning and command to senior law enforcement officers eligible to work at high level positions within EU crisis management missions and operations. Participants will also learn how to implement a mission, as well as to cooperate with stakeholders to this end.

This activity will enable participants to improve their knowledge on the area of Freedom, Security and Justice (FSJ) and the Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) as well as on the links between them in order to enhance the exchange of information among staff deployed at EU missions.

08 November 2016

The aim of this activity is to increase the engagement of EU Member States in tackling new modus operandi and tools used in heroin trafficking.

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09 November 2016

Participants in this course will be able to understand the concept of the EU Security Sector Reform (SSR) and its importance for officials deployed on missions. They will also be trained in institution building and how to efficiently manage mentoring, monitoring and advising in this field.

21 November 2016

This seminar aims to enhance competences and deepen understanding on leading, setting up and functioning of Joint Investigation Teams (JITs). Participants will learn about the different roles within a JIT and how to draft a JIT agreement as well as how to complete and submit applications for funding, among other concepts related to this type of criminal investigation.

This seminar will allow participants to prepare for a joint and coordinated response in the event of an emerging terrorist incident. They will gain understanding of command and control challenges in these events, and on best practices and procedures followed by ATLAS Special Intervention Units (SIU) in relation to hostage release operations.

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The course aims to enhance cooperation in cross-border cases involving smuggling of drugs and firearms by using TOR networks and darknet, and to harmonise investigative methods between EU and non-EU law enforcement officers.

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22 November 2016

This course aims at developing participants’ skills on prevention of illegal use of firearms and at enhancing police cooperation in this field. The use of Joint Investigation Teams (JITs) and controlled deliveries as tools for firearms-related investigations, together with the gathering of intelligence via EU channels (such as EUROPOL and EUROJUST) will be promoted during the course.

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28 November 2016

The aim of this activity is to enhance cooperation between law enforcement institutions from EU Member States, Associate and Candidate countries on identification of child victims of sexual exploitation. Participants will improve their skills to operate undercover on Internet to tackle this type of crime.

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29 November 2016

This course will enable participants to gather proof of crime and to present non-conviction measures in financial investigations. They will also be able to identify opportunities for investigations in this area, such as large banking frauds or investment frauds, and will gain understanding on forensic financial analysis, among other related topics.

06 December 2016

This activity aims to discuss a common approach to address the phenomenon of foreign fighters. Participants will learn how Internet is used to recruit fighters and the routes taken by terrorists to and from war zones. They will also be able to identify opportunities for cooperation with police and judicial authorities in the Member States and the applicable penalties for returnees.

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12 December 2016

14 December 2016

This course aims to reduce the vulnerabilities of air transport by training analysts in processing Passenger Name Record (PNR) data, a type of information that contributes to identify people who may be involved in a terrorist offence or in serious transnational crime. Participants will also learn to ensure that data assessment criteria are not based on sensitive information.

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Participants will be able to implement a harmonised approach to cybercrime investigations within national law enforcement units and teams. They will learn how to make use of channels for international cooperation and to request information on criminal compliance to the private sector.

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Office address

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1066 Budapest
Ó utca 27

Correspondence address

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1903 Budapest

Email address

Telephone: +36 1 803 8030/8031

Fax: +36 1 803 8032