8-10.11.2016 - Lithuania/Georgia – Activity 5.2 Seminar on combating drugs trafficking, Tbilisi
The three-days seminar focused on the EU drug control strategy and Action Plan, intelligence led policing and the national drug control system. The STEs presented the issues of synthetic drugs production, new tendencies of drugs trafficking as well as the covert operations based on drug related case studies. The tactics and methods of drugs related investigation, new psychoactive substances and the EU Early Warning System were discussed.
14 - 18.11.2016 - Poland/Armenia – Activity 2.3 Forensic – training forensic experts, Yerevan
The four-days seminar focused on DNA administration and database in Poland, new technologies in forensic DNA analysis and techniques for visualisation and preservation of finger-marks applied in a laboratory. The STEs presented in details the international exchange of DNA data and the DNA profiling issues as well as the forensic analysis of bloodstains. The laboratory equipment as well as the validation and visualization techniques were discussed.
21 - 25.2016 - Lithuania/Georgia – Activity 1.4 Study visit on strategic management, Vilnius
The five-days study visit focused on the human resource management system within the Lithuanian Police and general information on GEO police system and the HR policy and management principles. The participants learned about and saw the Lithuanian Forensic Science Centre. Then the system, the on-going reform and the HR policy of the Lithuanian Criminal Police Bureau were disused. The Vilnius Police HQ and the Lithuanian Road Police Service structures and management was discussed.
The Lithuanian Border Guard School, the Criminal Intelligence Training Centre of the Lithuanian Criminal Police Bureau and the Mykolas Romeris University Faculty of Public Security were presented. The participants had a chance to have a short tour at the premises. The training ended with the overall evaluation of HR and management strategies within the Lithuanian police, the comparison with Georgian police systems and discussion on positive solutions and possibilities to implement them in Georgian system.
21 - 22.2016 - Germany/Com2 – Com2 Cybercrime seminar, Frankfurt
The two-days seminar focused on cybercrime as an international phenomenon, its legal backgrounds and definitions. The STEs explained fighting on cybercrime both from the international and national perspective; introduced to the participants the Cybercrime Competence Centre of Saxony-Anhalt. Discussion was followed by the participants opportunity to present situation in each country.
22 - 25.11.2016 - Poland/Moldova – Activity 4.1 Operational meeting on economic crime, Chisinau
The three-days seminar focused on fighting economic crime, new technologies in economic crime and case studies. Tactics and methods of economic crime investigation as well as the new types of crimes were discussed. The STEs focused on cooperation with Europol and privet sector as well as on the concrete case studies.
24 - 25.11.2016 - Germany/Com2 – Com2 Police management seminar, Frankfurt
The two-days seminar focused on management standards and work on elaboration of questionnaire on management standards in all participating countries. Then the STEs talked about staff, delegation of work and trust, conflicts solving, ethics and anticorruption. Discussion was followed by the participants opportunity to present situation in each country.
29 - 30.11.2016 - Poland/COM2 – COM2 Databases and the Forensic science - dissemination conference, Warsaw
The two-days dissemination conference focused on beneficiaries achievements in COM2. Current state of play in development of DNA and AFIS database and management of forensic laboratories as well as the proposed improvement actions. The event is ending the whole COM2 Databases and Forensic science activity.
29.11 - 2.12.2016 (started – not completed) - Poland/Armenia – Activity 8.1 (8.3) Fighting against cybercrime, Yerevan
The four-days training will focused on presenting methods on fighting against cybercrime. The STEs are presenting the problem of child exploitation on internet and methods of fighting cyber-attacks. The ATM fraud trends, the THB in internet, tactics and methods of cybercrime investigation, cooperation with Europol, as well as the new modus operandi and the case studies of cybercrime will be discussed.