The National Institute of Magistracy in Bucharest is organizing a webinar developed for judges and prosecutors, entitled The investigation of gun crimes. The on-line seminar will be held on the 30th of June.
The “Practical Guideline on European Judicial Cooperation in the area of Cybercrime” has been drafted as part of the project with the same name.The project tackles the issue of European Cooperation on fighting Cybercrime from a judicial perspectiv... read more
F The project aimed to address the need for magistrates to have a better understanding of the most effective tools they can use to investigate cybercrime cases, the fastest ways to seek help from the European institutions, and the possibilities and limita... read more
This edited volume offers an in-depth and detailed insight into Project SAFTE’s (Studying the Acquisition of Illicit Firearms by Terrorists in Europe) research findings. In-depth country studies were conducted in eight EU member states by research teams... read more
The project aimed to improve knowledge of and expertise in: illicit firearms markets in the EU the networks used by terrorists to access these markets the policies that have been developed, at national and EU level, aimed at preve... read more
The project aimed at fighting cybercrime through improved capability and knowledge of online undercover operations among investigators, examiners, as well as prosecutors involved in the investigation of cybercrime cases and other law enforcement agents, i... read more