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  • NFP Network Online Forum

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    This event was created to simplify the procedure of the NFP Network members registration to the POLIS Online Forum.

  • Online Forum on “Preventing Terrorism and Countering Violent Extremism and Radicalization that Lead to Terrorism: a Community Policing Approach”

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    The purpose of this online forum is to facilitate discussion among civil society, academia and government stakeholders from OSCE participating States and Partners for Co-operation, as well as experts from OSCE executive structures and international organizations, on the use of community policing or police-public partnerships as part of a human-rights compliant and gender sensitive approach to preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism and radicalization that lead to terrorism (VERLT).

  • One week course for investigators "Advanced Windows Forensics"

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    The OSCE Strategic Police Matters Unit, in cooperation with the German Federal Criminal Police Office (Bundeskriminalamt), has arranged for 17 police investigators from the Balkan region to participate in a one-week cybercrime forensics course.

  • Training workshop on surveillance techniques for law enforcement personnel involved in controlled delivery

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    During this training workshop the participants will learn the skills necessary to conduct surveillance in support of law enforcement during controlled delivery operations.

  • Anti-Phishing working group's second annual eCrime researchers sync-up

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    The second annual eCrime Researchers Sync-Up, organised in conjunction with University College Dublin's Centre for Cybercrime Investigation, is a two-day exchange of presentations and discussions related to eCrime research in progress and, as importantly, for networking of researchers within the disciplines that are defining the cybercrime research field today.