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  • Academy of European Law seminar "Fighting cybercrime and child pornography on the Internet. Cooperation with the Internet industry."

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    This seminar, the second event of the series of 3 seminar, was intended as a platform to debate and assess all legal measures to prevent and combat production, processing, possession and distribution of child pornography material on the Internet and to promote the effective investigation and prosecution of offences in this area of law.

  • International Conference on the child alert systems in EU member states, Prague, Czech Republic

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    The main purpose of the conference was to share best practices and experience and contribute to developing and improving of systems on the national level

  • U.S. National Institute of Justice online event: DNA Evidence and Property Crimes

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    This event examined the experiences of the cities collecting DNA evidence from property crimes, and discussed how other cities can determine if such procedures are right for them. The panel shared strategies for building partnerships among police, crime labs and prosecutors, and addressed other challenges a city may face as part of this endeavor.

  • Child Pornography: Model Legislation & Global Review (5th Edition)

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    The International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC) and its International Resource Centre (IRC), created in collaboration with Interpol, has developed the model legislation with regards to child pornography and conducted research into the child-pornography legislation currently in place in the 187 Interpol Member Countries to gain a better understanding of existing legislation to gauge where issue stands on national political agendas.

  • Child Pornography: Model Legislation & Global Review (2012, 7th Edition)

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    The 7th edition contains an updated review of the existing legislation focusing on child abuse offences in 196 countries and also includes several new sections: on online grooming, on the new EU Directive on combating the sexual abuse and sexual exploitation of children and child pornography, a review of data retention and preservation policies, and a discussion of implementation.