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Regional Training for Police Investigators Dealing with Drug-Related Crimes, Facilitated by the Use of Internet in Eastern Europe, Minsk, Belarus

Description

This training event, organized by the Transnational Threats Department's Strategic Police Matters Unit, aims to introduce police investigators to the basics of digital forensics and to train them in using open source digital forensics software to identify, analyse, obtain and preserve relevant digital evidence and use it for prosecuting criminal activities, including illicit trafficking of NPS on the Darknet.

Subject
Cybercrime, Illicit drugs and chemical precursors
Date(s)
-
Type
Training
Organizer
OSCE / Transnational Threats Department / Strategic Police Matters Unit
Participants
Investigators
Keywords
digital forensics

Summary

This training aims at improving capacities of law enforcement agencies in Eastern Europe to conduct investigations of drug-related crimes, facilitated by the use of Internet and Darknet. The proposed training course will focus at enhancing the knowledge and skills of law enforcement investigators in the area of digital forensics and use free and open source tools to legally obtain and present digital evidence in subsequent criminal court proceedings. It will also strengthen co-operation between law enforcement agencies in Eastern Europe and enhance networking.

The target audience for this course will consist of law enforcement officers who are regularly and directly involved in investigations of cases on NPS and/or other synthetic drugs, facilitated by the use of the Internet. The training will be delivered in the Russian language.

Minsk, Belarus

Information

Date of creation
17 May 2018
Origin:
OSCE / Transnational Threats Department / Strategic Police Matters Unit
Rights
OSCE