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GLACY+/CyberSouth: Guide for law enforcement training strategies on cybercrime and electronic evidence published

Online 5 April 2022
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GLACY+/CyberSouth: Guide for law enforcement training strategies on cybercrime and electronic evidence published

On 5 April, the Cybercrime Programme Office of the Council of Europe (C-PROC) and the INTERPOL Cybercrime Directorate published a Guide for Developing Law Enforcement Training Strategies on Cybercrime and Electronic Evidence. The guide was prepared under the Global Action on Cybercrime Extended (GLACY+) and the CyberSouth joint projects of the European Union and the Council of Europe to help LEAs coordinate their efforts for capability development.

The guide will help law enforcement officials in strategic planning departments, police training institutions, cybercrime units, digital forensics units, and other relevant departments to improve capabilities on cybercrime and electronic evidence by proposing a systematic, step-by-step approach to creating, implementing and managing a training strategy. A strategy to efficiently obtain and maintain multi-layered knowledge and skills on cybercrime and electronic evidence is a crucial part of a holistic response to cybercrime and the challenges of electronic evidence.

The guide can be downloaded from the CPROC website and complements existing guides, procedures and other materials developed C-PROC, and will be incorporated into future capacity building activities.


 GLACY+ project webpage

 CyberSouth project webpage

 Guide on LEA training strategies