GLACY/ CyberCrime@EAP: International workshop on mainstreaming judicial training on cybercrime and electronic evidence, Bucharest, Romania, 2-3 June 2014
[Strasbourg, 19 May 2014] In 2009, the Council of Europe adopted a concept on cybercrime training for judges and prosecutors , tested it successfully in South-eastern Europe, and developed several training materials (Basic course, advanced course, Electronic Evidence Guide). The aim of the workshop was to support the implementation of this concept in domestic judicial training concepts of beneficiary countries under CyberCrime@EAP and GLACY.
GLACY/ CyberCrime@EAP: International workshop on Law enforcement training strategies and access to training materials, The Hague, Netherlands, 12-16 May 2014
[Strasbourg, 19 May 2014] The European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) hosted an international workshop on Law enforcement training strategies and access to training materials. Addressed to representatives of law enforcement training institutions and cybercrime units, the workshop aimed at helping the development of domestic law enforcement training strategies and facilitating the access to training material materials developed by ECTEG (European Cybercrime Training and Education Group).
GLACY Conference: Getting started, 24-27 March 2014, Dakar, Senegal
[Strasbourg, 31 March 2014] The “GLACY - Getting Started” conference was held in Dakar, Senegal, from 24 to 27 March 2014. It was opened by the Minister of Interior of Senegal, Mr. Abdoulaye Daouda Diallo, by Mr. Marc Boucey, Delegation of the European Union in Dakar, and by Alexander Seger, Council of Europe. More than 100 representatives and cybercrime experts from some 30 countries participated in plenary sessions and workshops.
GLACY: Launching Conference (24-27 March 2014, Dakar, Senegal)
[16 January 2014, Strasbourg] The Launching Conference of the EU/COE Joint Project on Global Action on Cybercrime (GLACY) will be held on 24-27 March, in Dakar, Senegal.
The Conference will gather senior officials from GLACY priority countries (Mauritius, Morocco, Philippines, Senegal, South Africa and Tonga), members of the project teams of these countries, representatives of Parties to the Budapest Convention and States invited to accede as well as experts.