Financial Investigation

Webinar: New methodologies in the framework of international law enforcement cooperation with special focus on tax evasion and smuggling

03 September 2019

Webinar participants will:

  1. Gain knowledge about coordination and communication between state authorities in regard to smuggling and tax evasion;
  2. Be able to use systematic and/or analytical information as evidence in a criminal procedure;
  3. Be able to use collected information by patrol unit(s) in the field;
  4. Gain knowledge about the Hungarian EKAER system;
  5. Be able to organise the collection of relevant information (without the EKAER system).

Crypto currencies: investigation challenges

12 June 2019

Objectives of the webinar:

  1. To develop the competencies of law enforcement and judicial officials in financial investigation related to crypto – currencies
  2. To identify the use of crypto currencies for illegal activities
  3. To improve knowledge of the use of available tools and techniques to extract intelligence from crypto currencies transactions
  4. To introduce the challenges and possibilities of seizure, freezing and confiscating of virtual currencies

Final issue of the UNODC/CEPOL Newsletter of the Capacity Building Project on Financial Investigations in South Eastern Europe is available

09 June 2020

Find out more about the joint capacity building project in the field of Financial Investigations in the six Western Balkan jurisdictions under the framework of the Integrative Internal Security Governance (IISG), run by The European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL) in partnership with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in the 7th, final edition of our joint newsletter.

Take a look at the topics covered in the first quarter of 2020:

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