Cybercrime EAP II is implemented within the European Union and Council of Europe Programmatic Cooperation Framework in the Eastern Partnership Countries.

Participating countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.

The project aims to optimize the regional and international cooperation on cybercrime and electronic evidence.

Components:

  • The improvement of mutual legal assistance for the international cooperation on cybercrime and electronic evidence
  • To strengthen the role of 24/7 contact points

 

"Programmatic Cooperation Framework" (PCF)

Activities Activities

International Workshop on Cybercrime Training Strategies for Law Enforcement Agencies

15-16 June 2017 Brussels, Belgium

A coordinated effort between the Council of Europe, INTERPOL and Europol aims to make available the training materials developed by the European Cybercrime Training and Education Group (ECTEG) to all the countries supported by current Joint Projects of the European Union and the Council of...

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Project Steering Committee and attendance of the EuroDIG 2017 in Tallinn

7 June 2017 Tallinn, Estonia

The Annual Conference of the European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG), held on 6-7 June in Tallinn, Estonia, was preceded by a pre-event organized by the Cybercrime Programme Office of the Council of Europe (Bucharest, Romania). The pre-event was held in the form of a Steering Committee...

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EAP II/EAP III: Training Programme on International Cooperation on cybercrime and electronic evidence for the Eastern Partnership region

06-09 March 2017 Yerevan, Armenia

International cooperation on cybercrime and electronic evidence is a difficult and challenging task for criminal justice professionals. The prevalence of cybercrime and challenges in reliably securing electronic evidence across national borders require fast, efficient and meaningful response to...

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