What the basic access offers you?
Joining us will give you the opportunity to:
Access to electronic evidence guide, training packs and training manuals
- the Electronic evidence guide contains guidance and good practice on the handling of electronic evidence
- the First responder training pack trains “1st responders” in how to handle electronic evidence on crime scenes.
- the Basic judicial training manual provides judges and prosecutors an introductory level of knowledge on cybercrime and electronic evidence.
- the Advanced judicial training material provides judges and prosecutors additional level of knowledge on cybercrime and electronic evidence
Access to tools on international cooperation & public private cooperation
- Tool on international cooperation: specific procedures, a step by step guide for preservation requests, request for subscriber information, request for traffic data, request for content data, request for real time collection of traffic data, request for interception of content data for each Party to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime
- Tool on public private cooperation entails information for criminal justice authorities on providers in the territory or offering a service in the territory and information for providers on Parties to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime
The possibility to contribute
- Country Wiki: add information about a country’s legislation
- Organisation Wiki: add information about an international organisation dealing with cybercrime (you need to be a representative of that organisation).
- Blog: write an article on an interesting topic related to cybercrime
- Calendar: add upcoming events on cybercrime worldwide
- Cybercrime website
- Contact form
- Template: Mutual Legal Assistance Request for subscriber information (Art. 31 Budapest Convention). Available in Albanian, Bosnian,
Serbian and Turkish
- Template: Data Preservation Request (Articles 29 and 30 Budapest Convention). Available in Albanian, Bosnian,
Serbian and Turkish