The aim of the Meeting is to introduce and discuss legislative instruments, co-operation mechanisms, multi-disciplinary/-agency approaches and law enforcement good practice examples, for the purpose of strengthening OSCE participating States efforts in countering crime and disrupting criminal networks through confiscating criminal proceeds and recovering criminal assets.
The conference will focus on the national experiences and international co-operation in countering terrorism, engaging and empowering youth in preventing and countering violent extremism and radicalization that lead to terrorism and rehabilitation, reintegration and the prevention of radicalization that lead to terrorism.
The meeting will focus on taking stock of the past decade of implementing the NFP Network Terms of Reference and to brainstorm on new and innovative ways to further advance the implementation of the OSCE Border Security and Management Concept by OSCE pS.
This online event aims to finalize the text of the manual in the form of the discussion forum among the experts in the fields of human rights, combating terrorism and developing training material on policing to ensure its highest possible quality, relevance and usefulness.
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.