- Updates 3 EJTN activities having a deadline of application in March : CR/2021/17, HFR/2021/03, TM/2021/03 – programmes attached
- CEPOL: information on Research and Science Conference on ‘Pandemic Effects on Law Enforcement Training & Practice: Taking early stock from a research perspective’
1.Please find in below table some updates regarding 3 of the EJTN activities that have a deadline of application still in March and for which we kindly invite you to upload lists of applicants directly on OSP :
|Activity reference||Title + hyperlink||Dates||Venue||Deadline of Application||Updates|
|CR/2021/17||EJTN-CEPOL Training: Cross-border exchange of e-evidence||TBC||TBC||TBC||Venue: Online , on the CEPOL LEED Platform
Dates: 12-23 April 2021
Application Deadline: 31 March 2021
Course Level: Intermediary
Target audience: Prosecutors specializing in Cybercrime
Availability: 10 places for EJTN prosecutors/investigative judges specialized in cybercrime
Details on the programme:
|HFR/2021/03||Independence and Accountability of the Judiciary and Effective Judicial Protection for Presidents of Courts and Chiefs of Prosecution Offices||8-9 April 2021||Utrecht, The Netherlands||22 February 2021||Transformed Online, on the same dates
New Application Deadline: 22 March 2021
Target Audience: Presidents of Courts and Chiefs of Prosecution Offices from all EU member States
|TM/2021/03||Gather and share best practices on training needs assessment||27-28 April 2021||Budapest, Hungary||1 March 2021||Transformed Online, on the same dates
Application Deadline: 22 March 2021
Target Audience: Representatives of national training institutions actively involved in Training Needs Assessment
2.Please see below message on behalf of CEPOL :
CEPOL is organising its Research and Science Conference, from 5-7 May 2021, in partnership with Mykolas Romeris University in Lithuania.
The Conference topic is ‘Pandemic Effects on Law Enforcement Training & Practice: Taking early stock from a research perspective’.
Until 19 March 2021, practitioners from European law enforcement forces and institutions, as well as affiliated postgraduate researchers and academic scholars, can submit through the conference website their abstracts for contributions based on empirical studies in a variety of aspects and topics of policing and enforcing the law during the pandemic crisis and beyond.
We would be grateful if you could help us disseminate the information about this conference and encourage prospective experts withing your organisation and networks to submit their contribution, to come forward and take the role of moderator for one or more of the online sessions or to present a paper themselves.
There are a number of way you could help us:
- By spreading the news of the Conference and the Call for Papers via your own channels and networks;
- By disseminating further our last regular electronic newsletter to partners;
- By sharing the event via your social media channels. Messages will be posted by CEPOL on a regular basis in the run up to the event –we invite you to like and share these messages (in Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn).
Please note that registration for participating in this event, which will be hosted online for the first time since 2003, will open as of 1 April 2021.