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Annual Course Calendar 2015 - Association of European Police

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Annual Course Calendar
2015
(Draft)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Austrian Sicherheitsakademie

Rights of Victims
4
 Study Visits Info
5
Course descriptor is in German language. There are only two additional seats for AEPC
members available. Applications in an informal way have to be sent via e-mail to
international.ausbildung@bmi.gv.at and CC to mario.krebs@bmi.gv.at
Belgian Police College
 Community Policing and Prevention of Radicalisation (COPPRA)
6
 Basic Generic Training (Mission Predeployment)
8
 Common Curriculum Europol
11
 Basic Communication Skills
13
German Police University

Politically Motivated Crime
15

Present Forms and Strategic Aspects of Fighting Organised Crime
16

Drug Crime
17

Criminal Strategy
18

Police on the Web 2.0 – New Media and Criminology / Cybercrime
19

Serious Violent Crime – Criminological Aspects
20

Police Service and Violence
21

Strategic Development of Road Traffic Safety Work, Road Traffic Safety Concepts,
Target Group-Oriented Accident Prevention, Use of new Media
22

Leadership and Management in the Police
23

Present Problems of Police Top Managers
24

Police Technology undergoing Changes
25

European Police Cooperation
26

Health Demands on Police Officers and preventive occupational Health Care 27
The complete course calendar and detailed information to above listed courses (also
in German and French language) are available on the website www.dhpol.de
2
Hungary, National University of Public Service, Faculty of Law Enforcement

History of Management Science, Leadership Theories for the Law Enforcement
and Public Administration Agencies

28
Identity Control and Management – old and new technologies in the fight against
impostors and document falsification
31

The History and Structure of the Hungarian Police
34

Mediation and Restorative Justice and the Policing of Ethnic Minorities
37

Police and Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters in the EU
39

The Challenges tax and customs administraion are facing
41

Trafficking in Human Beings “Sexual exploitation and Prostitution”
43

Combating organised international Drug Crime
46

Transnational smuggling of stolen Vehicles
49

Asset Recovery
52
MEPA
Course descriptor is in German language. Applications in an informal way have to be
sent via e-mail to international.ausbildung@bmi.gv.at and CC to mario.krebs@bmi.gv.at
Police Academy of the Netherlands

Meeting the Police Education below Sea Level
55
Police Academy of Montenegro
 Update in April 2015
Switzerland: no special courses; police officers interested in attending an ordinary Swiss
course and if they speak enough German, French or Italian to really participate, are
always welcome to sign up for courses published on the website www.institut-police.ch
3
Opferrechte - Workshop zur opfergerechten Ermittlungsarbeit
Zielgruppe:
Bedienstete der Sicherheitsexekutive, die häufig mit Opfern von Straftaten –
insbesondere mit Opfern von Gewaltdelikten – zu tun haben;
es wird erwartet, dass die Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer bereit sind, wesentliche
Seminarinhalte im Rahmen der dezentral durchgeführten Fortbildungsmaßnahmen
(Fortbildungstage) weiterzugeben
Ziele:
die Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer kennen die rechtliche Situation des
Opferschutzes, diskutieren mögliche psychologische Auswirkungen auf die Opfer von
Straftaten und erweitern ihren diesbezüglichen Handlungsspielraum unter
Berücksichtigung der bestehenden Opferschutzeinrichtungen
Inhalte:
Situation des Opfers aus psychologischer Sicht; Rechtslage; Opferschutzeinrichtungen
und deren Aufgaben; Schnittstelle und Zusammenarbeit mit der Polizei
Termin:
20.-22.04.2015
(Beginn 1. Tag: 09:00 Uhr)
Ende der Bewerbungsfrist:
09.02.2015
Ort:
BZS Wien, Lehrsaal 137
Marokkanergasse 4
1030 Wien
Vortragende:
Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter der Opferhilfeorganisation „Weisser Ring“
4
Study visits infos
Name of the Police Training Institution
Original name
Bundesministerium für Inneres - Sicherheitsakademie (SIAK)
English translation
Federal Ministry of the Interior - Sicherheitsakademie (SIAK)
Location address
Original version
Postal address: A-1014 Vienna, Herrengasse 7
Address vor visitors: A-1030 Vienna, Marokkanergasse 4
Main activities of the PTI (short description)
Kind of activities
all kind of general training (no special training for criminal police,
intelligence, squads, dog handlers, alpinists)
Level of education
all levels
Specialised training
Working languages
German
Type of visits
Groups
Yes
No
Individuals
Yes
No
Accommodation at the PTI
Yes
No
Meals at the PTI
Yes
No
breakfast
lunch
dinner
Supplement of information
Guest rooms in the guest house of Vienna Police can be
offered, if available. All meals are on participants expenses (breakfast: 3,50 €, lunch: 4.80 €
Travel access
by plane – name of the airport
Vienna Airport
by train – name of the station(s)
Vienna
by car or bus
Location map
Contact
Federal Ministry for the Interior - Sicherheitsakademie
Unit for International Affairs, A-1014 Vienna, Herrengasse 7
E-Mail: mario.krebs@bmi.gv.at or international.ausbildung@bmi.gv.at
Tel: +43 1 53126 4852
5
Name of the Police Academy
National Police Academy
Course title
Community Policing and Prevention of Radicalisation and Terrorism (Coppra)
Date
10 March 2015
Duration
1 day
Contents
- EU strategy
- Legal framework and definitions
- Community Oriented policing and Intelligence led policing
- Radicalisation processes
- Contextualisation and evaluation
- Indicators (vulnerability and susceptibility indicators)
- Different ideologies and terrorist groups and their links with the EU.
Objectives
- Define the key role of first line police officers (in detection, connexion, intelligence
sharing)
- Explain radicalisation and the importance of contextualisation
- Distinguish the different ideologies and groups
- Explain the Information flow and intelligence management
Deadline for registration
Min. 3 weeks before the start of the course.
Place
Brussels, rue Royale 202 (Federal Police RAC)
Languages
English
Fee
No registration fee.
Number of Participants
max.25.
Target group
6
.
Information and Registration
Gaëlle Bistiaux
Tel: +32 2 42 70 05
Mobile: +32 473 65 02 25
Email: international.training@police.ac.be
Accommodation
Basic comfort single rooms available within the police compound (6€/night,
according to availabilities)
.
Catering
Breakfast and lunch available in the police compound (about 5€/meal). Many snacks
and restaurants in the surroundings.
Extra Costs
/
Additional Remarks
/
Course title
Basic Generic Training (Mission predeployment)
Date
To be determined by end January
Duration
10 days (two consecutive weeks)
Contents
Objectives
Deadline for registration
Min. 2 weeks before the start of the course.
Place
Belgian Police College - Brussels
Languages
English
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Name of the Police Academy
National Police Academy
Course title
Basic Generic Training (Mission predeployment)
Date
- 23 March - 03 April 2015
- October 2015 (TBC)
Duration
10 days (two consecutive weeks)
Contents
- Conflicy cycle;
- EU / UN missions: structure, mandate, procedures,…
- Mentoring and advising;
- Code of conduct;
- Stress management;
- Mine awareness;
- Land navigation and radio communication;
- International rule of law;
- Human Rights;
- Women and children in armed conflicts;
- Mediation and negotiation;
- Interviews;
- ….
Objectives
During this basic training, participants will:
- Understand the conflict cycle;
- Get detailed knowledge of the functioning of EU (and UN) missions;
- Learn about the main challenges and issues faced during a mission, both at
professional and personal levels;
- Identify all partners in a mission and how to work with them;
- Exchange will colleagues who already have mission experience;
- Prepare for the mission interviews
8
Deadline for registration
Min. 3 weeks before the start of the course.
Place
National Police Academy - Brussels
Languages
English
Fee
No registration fee.
Number of Participants
max. 24
Target group
Senior Police Officers willing to be deployed in a EU/UN mission.
Information and Registration
Gaëlle Bistiaux
Tel: +32 2 42 70 05
Mobile: +32 473 65 02 25
Email: international.training@police.ac.be
Accommodation
Basic comfort single rooms available within the police compound (6€/night,
according to availabilities).
Catering
Breakfast and lunch available in the police compound (about 5€/meal). Many snacks
and restaurants in the surroundings.
Extra Costs
/
Additional Remarks
/
Fee
No registration fee.
Number of Participants
max. 24
Target group
Senior Police Officers willing to be deployed in an EU/UN mission.
9
Information and Registration
Gaëlle Bistiaux
Tel: +32 2 42 70 05
Mobile: +32 473 65 02 25
Email: international.training@police.ac.be
Accommodation
Basic comfort single rooms available within the police compound (free of charge,
according to availabilities).
Catering
Breakfast and lunch available in the police compound (about 5€/meal). Many snacks
and restaurants in the surroundings.
Extra Costs
/
Additional Remarks
/
10
Name of the Police Academy
National Police Academy
Course title
Common Curriculum Europol
Date
02-04 February 2014
Duration
3 days
Contents
- International Police Cooperation Channels
- Europol: how it works, how to work with them (at international and Belgian levels)
- Case studies: participation in workshops on three of the following topics:
Drug production sites, financial crime, anti-terrorism, organized mobile crime groups
or organized crime.
Objectives
During the course, participants will get to know:
- the main channels of international police cooperation
- Europol's tools, services, opportunities and key bodies (National Units, liaison
officers,…)
- the right procedures to contact those bodies and cooperate with Europol.
Deadline for registration
Min. 3 weeks before the start of the course.
Place
National Police Academy- Brussels
Languages
English
Fee
No registration fee.
Number of Participants
max. 24
Target group
Police officers working with Europol or in the field of international cooperation.
Information and Registration
11
Gaëlle Bistiaux
Tel: +32 2 42 70 05
Mobile: +32 473 65 02 25
Email: international.training@police.ac.be
Accommodation
Basic comfort single rooms available within the police compound (6€/night,
according to availabilities).
Catering
Breakfast and lunch available in the police compound (about 5€/meal). Many snacks
and restaurants in the surroundings.
Extra Costs
/
Additional Remarks
/
12
Name of the Police Academy
National Police Academy
Course title
Basic Communication skills
Date
To be determined
Duration
3 days
Contents
- Formal and informal communication;
- The communication scheme;
- Systematic communication approach;
- Communication traps;
- Verbal and non-verbal communication;
- Active listening;
- Assertiveness and self-confidence;
- Meta-communication.
Objectives
- To apply basic communication principles;
- To describe verbal and non-verbal communication limits;
- To explain links between communication and HRM projects within he police;
- To implement basic communication skills.
Deadline for registration
Min. 3 weeks before the start of the course.
Place
National Police Academy - Brussels
Languages
French - Dutch
Fee
No registration fee.
Number of Participants
max. 15
Target group
13
Senior Police Officers
Information and Registration
Gaëlle Bistiaux
Tel: +32 2 42 70 05
Mobile: +32 473 65 02 25
Email: international.training@police.ac.be
Accommodation
Basic comfort single rooms available within the police compound (6€/night,
according to availabilities).
Catering
Breakfast and lunch available in the police compound (about 5€/meal). Many snacks
and restaurants in the surroundings.
Extra Costs
/
Additional Remarks
/
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No. 02 / 02 / 26 / 2015
Politically motivated crime
Short title:
Politically motivated crime
Dates:
10.06., 14.00 - 12.06.2015, 12.00
Venue:
DHPol
Type of activity / category: seminar, function-related (international)
Number of participants: 80
Objectives:
Participants will analyze present forms and backgrounds of politically motivated crime in
Germany including its international connections, assess its threat potential and discuss
preventive and repressive control strategies.
Main topics:

National and international crime situation

Preventive and repressive crime control strategies

Aspects of criminal policy
Target group:
Leading police officers (senior civil service), judges, public prosecutors as well as
members of the ministries of the interior and judiciary, of the Federal Office for the
Protection of the Constitution, of the Federal Intelligence Service responsible for
politically motivated crime as well as their international counterparts.
Course manager / organisation:
Kriminaldirektor im Hochschuldienst Norbert Pöggeler,
Department of Criminalistics – Phenomenon-Related Criminal Strategy
Polizeidirektor im Hochschuldienst Andreas Grosser,
Department of Police-Related Crisis Management
15
No. 02 / 04 / 34 / 2015
Present Forms and Strategic Aspects of Fighting
Short title:
Organised crime
Dates:
29.06., 14.00 - 01.07.2015, 12.00
Venue:
DHPol
Type of activity / category: seminar, function-related (international)
Number of participants: 80
Objectives:
Participants will analyze forms of organized crime under national and international
aspects, assess their threat potential and discuss preventive and repressive counter
strategies.
Main topics:

Present forms of organized crime (national and international)

Organized crime situation in Germany

Counter measures / deficit

Possibilities and forms of international cooperation

Business crime (e.g. compliance, capital market crime, money laundering,
industrial / economic espionage)

Rocker crime (international development, international counter measures)

Current status of the framework conception for fighting rocker crime

Cybercrime

OC situation EUROPOL (EU-SOCTA) 2014 (if published) and backgrounds as
well as cooperation with EUROPOL

Presentation of the European counter strategy as provided for by EMPACTcooperation
Target group:
Leading police officers (senior civil service), particularly heads of criminal police offices
with a leading role in fighting organized crime, judges and public prosecutors as well as
staff members of the ministries of the interior and justice departments, of the Federal
Office for the Protection of the Constitution responsible for fighting organized crime as
well as their international counterparts.
Course manager / organization:
Kriminaldirektor im Hochschuldienst Matthias Zeiser,
Kriminaldirektor im Hochschuldienst Norbert Pöggeler
Department of Criminalistics – Phenomenon-Related Criminal Strategy
16
No. 02 / 05 / 41 / 2015
Drug Crime
Short title:
Drug Crime
Dates:
26.08., 14.00 - 28.08.2015, 12.00
Venue:
DHPol
Type of activity / category: seminar, function-related (international)
Number of participants: 80
Objectives:
Participants will discuss international and national developments in the field of drug
crime, gain knowledge from recent scientific studies on drug crime and discuss the
continuation of national and international anti-drug policies.
Main topics:

National / international situation

Consideration of present phenomena and developments

Cooperation between police / judiciary / customs duty (e.g. telecommunications
surveillance, lawsuits)

Surveillance of basic substances / Joint substance surveillance office of the
German Customs Investigation Bureau and German Federal Criminal Police
Office

International cooperation shown with the help of selected individual cases

Present developments in criminal law and criminal law proceedings, in narcotics
law and jurisdiction (e.g. core problems of criminal proceedings)
Target group:
Leading police and customs officers (senior civil service) as well as customs
investigation officers tasked with the fight against drug crime, representatives of the
judiciary
Course manager / organization:
Ltd. Kriminaldirektor im Hochschuldienst Klaus Welter,
Kriminaldirektor im Hochschuldienst Udo Renneke
Department of Criminalistics – Basics of Criminal Strategy
17
No. 02 / 06 / 51 / 2015
Criminal Strategy
Short title:
Criminal strategy
Dates:
04.11., 14.00 - 06.11.2015, 12.00
Venue:
DHPol
Type of activity / category: seminar, function-related (international)
Number of participants: 80
Objectives:
Seminar participants will discuss present crime-strategic aspects of fighting crime and
crime-tactical problems of relevance for police chiefs and explore the resulting
consequences for the planning of crime-combating strategies.
Main topics:
 Optimisation of open / undercover operations
 Concepts and experiences to improve the conditions for fighting crime
 Strategic components of present crime phenomena
 National / international cooperation with internal and external authorities
 “best practice“- examples
Target group:
Heads of criminal police offices (senior civil service)
Course manager / organization:
Ltd. Kriminaldirektor im Hochschuldienst Klaus Welter,
Kriminaldirektor im Hochschuldienst Udo Renneke
Department of Criminalistics – Basics of Criminal Strategy
18
No. 02 / 07 / 55 / 2015
Police on the Web 2.0 –
New Media and Crime /
Short title:
Police on the WEB 2.0 / Cybercrime
Dates:
18.11., 14.00 - 20.11.2015, 12.00
Venue:
DHPol
Cybercrime
Type of activity / category: seminar, function-related (international)
Number of participants: 100
Objectives:
Seminar participants will learn about and analyse forms, extent and development trends
of crime in connection with new media as well as present prevention and control
strategies including the ensuing challenges for leading police officers.
Main topics:

Aspects of operational strategies for fighting cybercrime

Internet usage by the police – legal and other limits

Investigations in social networks by the police and exchange about applicable
regulations of experiences made up to now

New media and organisational development

Description of present situation
Target group:
Leading police officers (senior civil service) and their international counterparts,
prosecutors and judges
Course manager / organization:
Kriminaldirektor im Hochschuldienst Udo Renneke
Department of Criminalistics – Basics of Criminal Strategy
Kriminaldirektor im Hochschuldienst Norbert Pöggeler
Department of Criminalistics – Phenomenon-Related Criminal Strategy
19
No. 03 / 03 / 17 / 2015
Serious violent crime – criminological aspects
Short title:
Criminology – Serious violent crime
Dates:
27.04., 14.00 - 29.04.2015, 12.00
Venue:
DHPol
Type of activity / category: seminar, function-related (international)
Number of participants: 60
Objectives:
Seminar participants will learn about, analyse and evaluate present research findings
concerning violent crime as well as initiatives in the field of crime control
Main topics:

Development tendencies of violent crime shown with the help of light field data
and dark field studies

Types of serious acts of violence

Characteristics of acts of violence, perpetrators and victims

Conditions for violence to occur and dynamics of the act

Perceptibility and prevention

Police control of these phenomena

Limits and possibilities of analysis of conduct and psychological assessment of
violence in connection with serious violent crime
Target group:
Leading police officers (senior civil service)
Course manager / organization:
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Thomas Görgen,
Dipl.-Soz. Anabel Taef
Department of Criminology and Interdisciplinary Crime Prevention
20
No. 03 / 04 / 33 / 2015
Police service and violence
Short title:
Police service and violence
Dates:
24.06., 14.00 - 26.06.2015, 12.00
Venue:
DHPol
Type of activity / category: seminar, function-related (international)
Number of participants: 60
Objectives:
Seminar participants will learn about present findings and operational experiences
concerning violence against law enforcement officers and on the relationship between
police work and violence. They will get the opportunity to discuss these and develop
initiatives for counter action.
Main topics:

Situation of violence and development

Present developments concerning the problems of violence in policing

Conceptual solutions / strategies to prevent violence during police work

Dealing with and repercussions of violence on and from police officer
Target group:
leading police officers (senior civil service
Course manager / organization:
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Thomas Görgen,
Department of Criminology and Interdisciplinary Crime Prevention
Polizeidirektor im Hochschuldienst Günther Epple,
Department of Basics in Police Operational Training and Time Management
21
No. 04 / 01 / 27 / 2015
Strategic orientation of road traffic safety work, road safety
concepts, target group-oriented road traffic accident
prevention and new media usage
Short title:
Strategic orientation road traffic safety work
Dates:
15.06., 14.00 - 17.06.2015, 12.00
Venue:
DHPol
Type of activity / category: seminar, function-related (international)
Number of participants: 80
Objectives:
Seminar participants will be informed about the strategic orientation of road traffic safety
work at state level, present road safety concepts and target group-oriented road traffic
accident prevention including main focus on road safety work in and with social
networks / new media.
Main topics:

Road safety concepts, target group-oriented road traffic accident prevention,
present developments

New research results and evaluations of traffic safety programmes / concepts

Prevention measures in and with social networks / new media, chances and risks
Target group:
Senior officers from ministries and senate administrations as well as leading police
officers (senior civil service) from European countries responsible for road traffic safety,
transportation lecturers from police training institutions as well as representatives from
institutions commissioned with road traffic safety tasks.
Course manager / organization:
Polizeidirektor im Hochschuldienst Heinz Albert Stumpen,
M.A. Guido Kattert
Department of Transportation Sciences
22
No. 05 / 05 / 37 / 2015
Police Leadership and Management
Short title:
Leadership and management
Dates:
13.07., 14.00 - 15.07.2015, 12.00
Venue:
DHPol
Type of activity / category: seminar, function-related (international)
Number of participants: 80
Objectives:
Participants will learn about present developments in the field of police leadership and
management and reflect about them against the back-ground of their leading functions
in police authorities and offices.
Main topics:

Strategic management, such as for example strategy development processes
and their implications on leadership and management

HR management

Quality management

Present developments in the fields of management, information management
and digitization

Present developments in the fields of police leadership, leadership concepts,
aspects of police leadership

Settings of police leadership, financial politics and debt ceiling
Target group:
Leading police officers (senior civil service)
Course manager / organization:
Regierungsdirektor Dr. Christian Barthel,
Department of Police Management Studies
23
No. 05 / 07 / 48 / 2015
Present problems in the police top management
Short title:
Police top management
Dates:
21.10., 14.00 - 23.10.2015, 12.00
Venue:
DHPol
Type of activity / category: seminar, function-related (international)
Number of participants: 80
Objectives:
Participants will be familiar with the law enforcement situation concerning issues of
conflict of national and international significance as well as major reasons for police
operations. They will get the chance to discuss future scenarios in order to derive
consequences for the field of internal security.
Main topics:

Analysis of present social developments

Description of the national / international security situation by considering
selected police-relevant situations

Problem-oriented discussion of police operations of considerable importance or
international relevance

Cross-border cooperation during outstanding police operations

Conceptions for controlling specific phenomena of crime and/or violence

Strategy and tactics to fight international terrorism

Present situation of European security policy

Factors influencing objective and subjective security

Target group:
Inspector generals, Chief Superintendents of the Länder, Chief Detectives of the
Länder, presidents/heads of the Federal Criminal Police Office and of the Criminal
Police Offices of the Länder, heads of police authorities as well as comparable ranks
from Germany and abroad.
Course manager / organization:
Ltd. Polizeidirektor im Hochschuldienst Thomas Kubera,
Department of Basics of Police Operational Training and Time Management
N.N.
24
No. 06 / 01 / 42 / 2015
Innovations in Police Technology
Short title:
Police technology
Dates:
07.09., 14.00 - 09.09.2015, 12.00
Venue:
DHPol
Type of activity / category: seminar, function-related (international)
Number of participants: 80
Objectives:
Participants will analyse the situation and present concepts in the field of police
technology, share their experience, discuss solutions and approaches towards problem
solving as well as possibilities of European cooperation.
Main topics:

Weapons and tools technology

ICT technology (e.g. digital radio)

Self Defence Technology

Security Research

Traffic control technology

Developments in the field of digital image processing
Target group:
Leading police officers(senior service or comparable) having to cope with operational
incidents during which technical and operational tools have an important supportive
function as well as leading police officers(senior civil service or comparable) from
tactical and technological units.
Course manager / organization:
Regierungsdirektor Dr. Gerd-Dieter Wicke,
N.N.
Institute of Police Technology
25
No. 07 / 07 / 56 / 2015
European Police Cooperation
Short title:
European Police Cooperation
Dates:
23.11., 14.00 - 25.11.2015, 12.00
Venue:
DHPol
Type of activity / category: seminar, function-related (international)
Number of participants: 60
Objectives:
Seminar participants will be informed about developments and back-grounds of
European police cooperation and will discuss approaches and problems.
Main topics:

Sovereignty, supra-nationality, basic rights

EU agencies such as EUROJUST, EUROPOL, FRONTEX, FRA, CEPOL

EU regulation concepts – topical questions

New developments in the legal network between EU and member states

Legal framework and ways of working of Joint Investigation Teams

The EU and interstate cooperation, e.g. police contracts
Target group:
leading police officers (senior civil service)
Course manager / organization:
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Dieter Kugelmann,
Faculty of Public Law with the main focus on police law including international law and
European law
26
No. 10 / 15 / 46 / 2015
Present medical developments in the police medical
service
Short title:
Medical congress
Dates:
05.10., 16.00 - 07.10.2015, 12.00
Venue:
Saxony
Type of activity / category: seminar, function-related (international)
Number of participants: 80
Objectives:
Seminar participants will exchange, compare and discuss medical and organizational
experiences and findings from all areas of work concerning the police medical services
at federal and state level.
Main topics:
Issues such as determined during the 2014 conference for leading police physicians.
Target group:
(Leading) police physicians at federal and state level.
Course manager / organization:
Polizeidirektor André Konze,
Office of Police Studies and Further Police Training
Ltd. Medizinaldirektor Dr. med. Thomas Schmiedel,
Police Administration Office, Police Medical Service, Dresden
Seminar language:
German
27
Name of the Police Academy
Faculty of Law Enforcement, National University of Public Service
Budapest, Hungary
Course title
History of Management Science, Leadership Theories for the Law Enforcement and
Public Administration Agencies
Date
7-8. May in 2015
Duration
2 days
Contents
1. Emerging of Scientific Management, Problems of modern capitalism, The
manufacturing industries how coped with efficiency challenges such as the
elimination of waste and standardization of best practices
2. Leadership Theories, The Theoretical Leadership Schools (empirical school,
objectification trend Tendency Psychological and Sociological Approach)
3. Idealtypical leader, The main leader styles, How should we choose the leader,
What kind of practices can be applied such as different communication strategies,
executive power and prestige
4. The preparation for decision, decision-making and the degrees of decision
process, Approaches of Decision Theory, The relationship between the decisionmaking process and management process. Administrative model, Skinner's model,
model of gradual proceeds, dustbin decision model
5.Control and forms of regulation within the organization, Organizing such as the
implementation of the decision. The concept of coordination and the Suitable
research fields. The coordination as an operational intervention. The functions of
control and regulation. Forms of organization (the executive order of forums and
content) and the process.
6. Forms of supervision, Place of control in the management process. The purpose
of the monitoring and the types of internal and external audit functions. The main
elements of the internal control system. Corporate Governance systems. Controlling.
Control tasks of the leader. Control methods, tools, forms of leadership. The driving
system activity and efficiency.
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7. The system approach, the types of organizations and forms of organization and
environment, Systematic approach: historicity, dynamics, relationship between the
organizations and their environments. The evolving of organizations, the
establishment of the general characteristics and possible types.
8. The organizational power and organizational development, work schedules and
organizational culture, Organizational interpretation of the role of leadership in
power. Types of power and possible sources of power. Personal power and derived
types of power. The power as structural characteristics.
9. Diagnosing organizations, innovation and negotiation techniques. The different
types of strategic planning process and strategic plans. Project Management as
process of planning. The question of presentation or how to make a usable final
report
Objectives
The participant will get an overview on the developments, priorities, future tendecies
and new instruments of the European police and judicial cooperation.
Deadline for registration
One month before the course
Place
National University of Public Service
Faculty of Law Enforcement
1121 Budapest, Farkasvölgyi u. 12.
Languages
English
Fee
no
Number of Participants
any
Target group
Law enforcement officers, employees of public administration and social science
researchers
Information and Registration
Rita Kiss: kiss.rita@uni-nke.hu tel: +36-1-3923-573
Accommodation
National University of Public Service, Faculty of Law Enforcement,
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Venue: 1121 Budapest, Farkasvölgyi u. 12
5.000 HUF/person/night
Catering
At the participants' own cost
Extra Costs
No
Additional Remarks
The course will be held only for non-national participants.
Time Schedule of the 1st and 2nd day:
1st class: 09.00 - 10.30, coffee break: 10.30 - 11.00
2nd class: 11.00 - 12.30, lunch break: 12.30 - 14.00
3rd class: 14.00 - 15.30, short break: 15.30 - 15.45
4th class: 15.45 -17.15
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Name of the Police Academy
National University of Public Service,
Faculty of Law Enforcement
Budapest, Hungaryt
Course title
The History and Structure of the Hungarian Police. Training at the Hungarian Police
Delivered by:
Dr. habil. Andrea KOZÁRY, college professor at the Department of Police Science,
Date
23-24 April, 2015
Duration
3 days
Contents
The history of the Hungarian Police, police training and education especially in the
aftermath of the Second World War. The police force of present-day Hungary has to
be acquainted with its own past and role in a democratic society, namely police
officers have different opinions about the importance of various aspects of their job. I
will talk about the activities and training of the Hungarian police officers, about the
work of the department of police science, the new BA and MA courses, and about
the current questions of policing and police reform (community police) in Hungary.
Objectives
The participant will be familiar with the history and philosophy of the Hungarian
police and with the training of the law enforcement officers.
The history and the metamorphosis of the Hungarian Law Enforcement
1. The beginnings: from the middle ages (11 – 18. century) until the civil society
2. From the absolutism until the compromise
3. Austrian-Hungarian Empire (Monarchy). Centralisation, 1881. acts, organisation of
the public security service (Budapest police) and local police in the country side,
(gendarmarie= constabulary) based on the French system. (independent national
police), crime prevention
4. 1918-1944. The monarchy disintegrated. Hungary became a kingdom without
king. (Governor Admiral Horthy) The politicians were focusing on revisionism. World
War II.
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5. 1690/ 1945. act: gendarmerie was abolished (first of all because its role in the
deportation) and the State Police were founded. A united, centralized and militarized
Police force.
6. The State Security Authority: the dictatorship’s political police.
7. 1956. Revolution: Prime Minister Imre Nagy ordered the abolition of State Security
Authority on 28 October in his radio speech. 1957. 13. act: Workers’ Militia
8. The Hungarian transition period. The police were fundamentally reorganized.
Reform: decentralization, depoliticize, demilitarization.
9. 1994. 34. 2007. 88. 89. act: The modern societies' safety and order must be a
product based on collective cooperation which is demanded and created by a lawabiding society itself. Integration of the Hungarian Police and Boarder Guard.
10.The sociological examinations: the transparency and accountability of all police
activities. The presence is one of the police's obligations. The professionalism is the
most important requirement.
11. Police Science. Community police or policing with the community?
12.The Hungarian Auxiliary Police: established in 1989 and brought under the
provisions of Act 52 of the Hungarian Parliament in 2006. It is composed of civilminded residents of the community who work together to improve the level of safety
and security in their community.
Deadline for registration
1 month prior to the course
Place
National University of Public Service
Faculty of Law Enforcement
1121 Budapest, Farkasvölgyi u. 12.
Languages
English
Fee
no
Number of Participants
minimum 6
Target group
law enforcement officers, researchers and lecturers of the police academies
Information and Registration
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Rita Kiss: kiss.rita@uni-nke.hu, tel: +36-1-3923-573
Accommodation
National University of Public Service, Faculty of Law Enforcement,
Venue: 1121 Budapest, Farkasvölgyi u. 12
5.000 HUF / night
Catering
at the participants' own cost
Extra Costs
no
Additional Remarks
The course will be held only for non-national participants.
23.04.- 25.04.2015.
Time Schedule for all days
1st class: 09.00 - 10.30
coffee break: 10.30 - 11.00
2nd class: 11.00 - 12.30
lunch break: 12.30 - 14.00
3rd class: 14.00 - 15.30
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Name of the Police Academy
Faculty of Law Enforcement, National University of Public Service
Budapest, Hungary
Course title
Identity Control and Management - old and new technologies in the fight against
impostors and document falsification
Delivered by:
Székely Zoltán LL.M, police major, assistant lecturer at Department of Border
Policing
Date
TBD in 2015
Duration
3 days
Contents
1. Quick overview on the evolution of law enforcement in Europe, with focus on
history of personal identification documents.
2. Legal background on personal data handling related to identity management and
security documents
3. International standards and recommendations on security documents, especially
passports, IDs, other travel documents and birth certificates.
4. Evolution of identification: from branding skin (scarification) to biometrics.
5. Technology development related to identification and security marks, from paper
and stamp to vein scanners.
6. Main detection techniques of impostors and fake documents.
7. Roleplay-based practice.
8. Forecast on future identity management challenges and the "touchless
identification".
9. Study visit at Groupama Arena (vein scanners) and at Budapest Liszt Ferenc
International Airport (forgery desk and eGate).
Objectives
The participant will get an overview on the past, present and future of identity
management and relation to persons and security documents.
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Deadline for registration
1 month prior to the course
Place
National University of Public Service
Faculty of Law Enforcement
1121 Budapest, Farkasvölgyi u. 12.
Languages
English
Fee
no
Number of Participants
minimum 5
Target group
law enforcement officers, forensics, researchers in the field of law enforcement
and/or related technology, researchers and lecturers of police training institutions
and units
Information and Registration
Rita Kiss: kiss.rita@uni-nke.hu tel: +36-1-3923-573
Accommodation
National University of Public Service, Faculty of Law Enforcement,
Venue: 1121 Budapest, Farkasvölgyi u. 12
5.000 HUF/person/night ~ 15 EUR/person/night
Catering
at the participants' own cost (lunch menu available at accommodation at 5 EUR,
average dinner cost in the city 20 EUR/person)
Extra Costs
no
Additional Remarks
The course will be held only for non-national participants.
Time Schedule of the 1st and 2nd day:
1st lesson: 09.00 - 10.30, coffee break: 10.30 - 11.00
2nd lesson: 11.00 - 12.30, lunch break: 12.30 - 14.00
3rd lesson: 14.00 - 15.30, short break: 15.30 - 15.45
4th lesson: 15.45 -17.15
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Time Schedule of the 3rd day:
09:00 Departure from accommodation
10:00-11:30 visit of Groupama Arena
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch break
14:00 - 17:00 Visit of Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport
Participants are kindly asked to forward their name, POB, DOB and passport/ID
number when applying for the course and hold valid passports or IDs when visiting
the airport. Please do not bring along anything not allowed on the airside (onboard)
when visiting the airport (www.bud.hu), as such objects will be confiscated.
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Name of the Police Academy
National University of Public Service,
Faculty of Law Enforcement
Budapest, Hungary
Course title
Mediation and Restorative Justice and the Policing of Ethnic Minorities.
Delivered by:
Dr. habil. Andrea KOZÁRY, college professor at the Departement of Police Science,
Date
13-17 April, 2015
Duration
5 days
Contents
In frame of this subject I will introduce the students the main results of the mediation
theories and practice. I pay attention to the main problems and possibilities of
solutions. We examine the aim, tasks, organization, and feature of law enforcement
organizations. The teaching material discusses in great details the prejudice and the
views held against the minorities within the police.
Objectives
26 hours of lectures and 14 hours of practical seminars.
1.
4 hours lectures Introduction and Description of the course. Definitions and
history of the concept of Restorative Justice and Mediation, 4 hours practical
seminars Conflict Resolution, “ Face to Face” programme, Community Conflict
Management in the school: Intertwined
2.
4 hours practical seminars: Community building and conflict resolution in local
communities. 4 hours lectures The Social Role of the Police in a Democratic Society.
COP (community policing), POP (problem oriented policing). Police and Minorities in
the European Union.
3.
4 hours lectures General information about the minorities (AU, GE, HU)
(methodology) Introduction the COREPOL project.4 hours lectures Prejudice and the
views held against the minorities within the police. FRA (Hate speech –
communication)
4.
4 hours practical seminars: “Judgment in Hungary” documentary film
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(+discussion) 4 hours lectures „To bridge the gap”. (Role plays)
5.
2 hours practical seminar +2 hours lectures. "Woolf Within”. The role of
mediators and police officers. VOM, Crime-Prevention Programs, 4 hours Summary
and Evaluation
Deadline for registration
1 month prior to the course
Place
National University of Public Service
Faculty of Law Enforcement
1121 Budapest, Farkasvölgyi u. 12.
Languages
English
Fee
no
Number of Participants
minimum 6
Target group
law enforcement officers, researchers and lecturers of the police academies
Information and Registration
Rita Kiss: kiss.rita@uni-nke.hu, tel: +36-1-3923-573
Accommodation
National University of Public Service, Faculty of Law Enforcement,
Venue: 1121 Budapest, Farkasvölgyi u. 12
5.000 HUF / night
Catering
at the participants' own cost
Extra Costs
no
Additional Remarks
The course will be held only for non-national participants.
13.04 - 17.04. 2015.
Time Schedule for all days
1st class: 09.00 - 10.30, coffee break: 10.30 - 11.00, 2nd class: 11.00 - 12.30, lunch break:
12.30 - 13.30, 3rd class: 13.30 - 15.00, coffee break: 15.00 -15.15, 4th class: 15.15 - 16.45
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Name of the Police Academy
Faculty of Law Enforcement, National University of Public Service
Budapest, Hungary
Course title
Police and Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters in the European Union
Delivered by:
Dr. Judit NAGY PhD, pol. major, associate professor, head of Department of
Administrative Criminal Law , acting vice dean for research and international
relations
Date
TBD in 2015
Duration
2 days
Contents
1. The place and role of Hungary in the international arena. (NATO and other kind of
relations. Some words about the public administration law, legal system,
constitutional structure, judicial structure, the structure of the public prosecution and
that of the municipalities of Hungary.)
2. The development of European integration. The main legal and institutional
characteristics of the EU. The process of development related to the former thirdpillar policies.
3. The impact of Lisbon Treaty on the everyday life and structure of the EU.
Perspectives and dilemmas. (Multi-speed Europe, enhanced cooperation,
exemption, etc. ).
4. The main characteristics of the police and judicial cooperation of the EU in
criminal matters: Policies related to Freedom, Security and Justice, EU Internal
Security Strategy, Stockholm Programme, Prüm Treaty, Swedish Initiative,
European Arrest Warrant, etc.
5. The mandate, structure and powers of the EU agencies: Europol, Eurojust, OLAF,
CEPOL.
6. Europol: SOCTA and TE-SAT reports, Analytical Workfiles, EU Policy cycle
7. The advantages and operation of joint investigation teams in the international
police cooperation.
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8. The role of Hungary in the bloodstreams of the international cooperation in
criminal matters (Centre for the International Cooperation in Criminal Matters).
Objectives
The participant will get an overview on the developments, priorities, future
tendencies and new instruments of the European police and judicial cooperation.
Deadline for registration
1 month prior to the course
Place
National University of Public Service
Faculty of Law Enforcement
1121 Budapest, Farkasvölgyi u. 12.
Languages
English
Fee
no
Number of Participants
any
Target group
law enforcement officers, researchers and lecturers of the police academies
Information and Registration
Rita Kiss: kiss.rita@uni-nke.hu tel: +36-1-3923-573
Accommodation
National University of Public Service, Faculty of Law Enforcement,
Venue: 1121 Budapest, Farkasvölgyi u. 12
5.000 HUF/person/night
Catering
at the participants' own cost
Extra Costs
no
Additional Remarks
The course will be held only for non-national participants.
Time Schedule of the 1st and 2nd day:
1st class: 09.00 - 10.30, coffee break: 10.30 - 11.00, 2nd class: 11.00 - 12.30, lunch break:
12.30 - 14.00, 3rd class: 14.00 - 15.30, short break: 15.30 - 15.45, 4th class: 15.45 -17.15
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Name of the Police Academy
National University of Public Service
Faculty of Law Enforcement
Customs and Finance Guard Department
Budapest, Hungary
Course title
The challenges tax and customs administrations are facing
Date
October 2015
Duration
2 days
Contents
1. Criminal and policing activities (prevention, detection, and investigation of
financial and economic crimes)
- Classic customs-related offences
- Breaching intellectual property rights
- Economic and financial crimes
- Money laundering
2. Tax and financial administration
- Controls, collects
- Cooperation with other tax authorities
3. Customs and excise administration
- Classification, customs value, origin
- Customs and Excise related IT Systems
4. The Hungarian Higher Education System related to Customs Officers, Tax and
Financial Investigators (In the Faculty of Law Enforcement of National University of
Public Service)
5. Mobile Control/In-depth Control
Objectives
The participant gets an overview on the developments, priorities, tendecies and
(new) instruments related to tax,customs and financial investigation.
Deadline for registration
August 2015
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Place
Faculty of Law Enforcement, National University of Public Service
12 Farkasvölgyi út, 1121 Budapest
Languages
English
Fee
no
Number of Participants
any
Target group
Law enforcement officers especially customs/tax officers and financial investigators,
researchers and lecturers of the police academies.
Information and Registration
dr. Rita Kiss: kiss.rita@uni-nke.hu
Accommodation
National University of Public Service, Faculty of Law Enforcement,
Venue: 1121 Budapest, Farkasvölgyi u. 12
Dormitory: 5.000 HUF/person/night
Catering
at the participants' own cost
Extra Costs
no
Additional Remarks
no
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Menschenhandel „Sexuelle Ausbeutung – Prostitution“
Zeiten und Orte
Termin
13. bis 17.April 2015
Ort
Budapest
Zielgruppe
Tätigkeitsgebiet
Polizeiliche Praktiker aus dem Bereich Bekämpfung des
Menschenhandels insbesondere „Prostitution“
Zulassungskriterien Spezialsachbearbeiter (Kriminalbeamte) sowie Führungskräfte
des gehobenen und höheren Dienstes und Experten mit
Praxiserfahrungen in Bekämpfung des Menschenhandels
Herkunft der
Seminarteilnehmer
MEPA-Länder und NL und RO
Zielsetzung
 Vermittlung eines aktuellen Lagebildes unter Berücksichtigung besonderer
Schwerpunkte und Erscheinungsformen in den Mitgliedsländern im
Zusammenhang mit Menschenhandelsdelikten in der Alternative „Prostitution“
 Darstellung taktischer Besonderheiten i. R. der Fallbearbeitung
 Darstellung der Möglichkeit zur grenzüberschreitenden Kooperation der
Ermittlungsdienststellen und besonderer Probleme bei der Strafverfolgung
(national und grenzüberschreitend)
 Entdeckung der Unterschiede und Gleichheiten im Strafrecht und
Strafprozessrecht im Themenbereich, Erarbeitung eines die internationalen
Ermittlungen stützenden Materials für eine Optimierung der nationalen und
grenzüberschreitenden Kooperation und für die Erhöhung der Effizienz
 Austausch von Erfahrungen und Erkenntnissen aus der Praxis
 Ausbau internationaler dienstlicher Konakte
 Persönliche Vertrauensbildung und dessen Vertiefung
Themenschwerpunkte
 Aktuelle Lage, Schwerpunkte und Tendenzen der Prostitution als
gesellschaftliches Phänomen in den eingeladenen Ländern
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 Erfahrungen aus einzelnen Ermittlungsverfahren in den Mitgliedsländern,
insbesondere auch zu Erkenntnissen über die das Opferwerden
beeinflussenden Umstände sowie Art und Weise der Opferwahl
 Aufgaben, Tätigkeitsbereiche der Polizei und der betroffenen Behörden sowie
NGOs und die Kooperationsmöglichkeiten zwischen diesen Behörden im
Zusammenhang mit der Prostitution
 Formen der nationalen und internationalen Zusammenarbeit
 Darstellung des polizeilichen Handlungsbedarfs
 Rechtliche Verantwortung der an der Ausübung der Prostitutionstätigkeit
teilnehmenden Personen: Opfer, Zuhälter, Kunden und anderer betroffenen
Personen
 Auslegung der Begriffe „sexuelle Ausbeutung“ und „Kinderprostitution“ in den
eingeladenen Ländern
Leitung und Gestaltung
Verantwortlich
NVS Ungarn
Mitbeteiligt
-
Referenten
Experten aus der Praxis der MEPA-Länder sowie eingeladene Gäste für Impuls- und
Grundsatzreferate
Seminarteilnehmer für Schwerpunktthemen und besondere Falldarstellung(en)
Teilnehmerzahl
MEPA-Länder und NL, RO
Kosten
Es werden keine Kosten für Unterkunft und Verpflegung in Rechnung gestellt.
Reisespesen und ev. Versicherungskosten gehen zu Lasten der Teilnehmenden.
Sprache
Die Seminarsprache ist Deutsch. Dolmetscher stehen nicht zur Verfügung
Dokumentation
Die Beiträge von Referenten und Teilnehmenden sind spätestens bei Seminarbeginn
der Seminarleitung elektronisch (CD/USB/E-Mail) abzuliefern.
Die Beiträge werden im Anschluss an das Seminar unter Genehmigung der Referenten
in PDF-Form auf CD gebrannt und den Teilnehmenden vor Ort zugestellt.
Außerdem erfolgt grundsätzlich die Veröffentlichung der Beiträge im „MEPA-Insider“
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(der Closed-User-Group auf www.mepa.net).
Termine
Wann
Wer
Was
Bewerber
Anmeldung
04.03.2015
Nationale
Verbindungsstellen
(NVS)
Anmeldung der
Teilnehmer
BMS
20.03.2015
Nationale
Verbindungsstellen
(NVS)
Buchung der
Teilnehmer
BMS
13.04.2015
Teilnehmer
Anreisetag1
(Ankunft bis
spätestens 12:00h)
Referenten,
Teilnehmer
Abgabe der
Referats- und
Seminarbeiträge
per CD oder USBStick
Teilnehmer
Abreisetag (Abreise
ab ca. 13:00h)
17.04.2015
Wem
Seminaranleitung
vor Ort
1
Das Seminar beginnt mit dem Anreisetag. Verspätete Anreisen können aus triftigen Gründen sowie eines im Voraus eingereichten
Ersuchen mit Begründung an die nationale Verbindungsstelle des verantwortlichen Landes gutgeheißen werden
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Bekämpfung der international organisierten Rauschgiftkriminalität
Zeiten und Orte
Termin
22. bis 26.Juni 2015
Ort
Wertheim / Deutschland (Baden-Württemberg)
Zielgruppe
Tätigkeitsgebiet
Bekämpfung der international organisierten Rauschgiftkriminalität
Zulassungskriterien Mittlere Führungsebene und Experten
Herkunft der
Seminarteilnehmer
MEPA-Staaten und AEPC-Staaten
Zielsetzung
 Vermittlung der allgemeinen Grundlagen und praktischer Erfahrungen bei der
Bekämpfung internationaler OK-Rauschgift
 Austausch von aktuellen Informationen bei der Bekämpfung der internationalen
RG-Kriminalität, unter anderem auch zu neuen psychoaktiven Substanzen (npS)
 Intensivierung der länderübergreifenden Zusammenarbeit bei der
Drogenbekämpfung
 Pflege und Vertiefung der dienstlichen und persönlichen Kontakte
Themenschwerpunkte
 Erfolgsbeeinflussende Faktoren und Problemstellungen bei der
länderübergreifenden Zusammenarbeit im Deliktsbereich OK-Rauschgift
 Weitere Entwicklung des Phänomens "Neue psychoaktive Substanzen" und
"Crystal Meth" in den MEPA-Ländern
 Offene und verdeckte Ermittlungsansätze beim BtM-Handel über das Internet
 Darstellung aktueller Ermittlungsverfahren in den MEPA-Ländern (durch
Seminarteilnehmer)
Leitung und Gestaltung
Verantwortlich
Landeskriminalamt Baden-Württemberg,
Inspektion 410 - Gemeinsame Ermittlungsgruppe Rauschgift
und
Hochschule für Polizei Baden-Württemberg,
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Institut für Fortbildung, Wertheim
Veranstaltungsort: D-97877 Wertheim, John-F.-Kennedy-Str. 30
Mitbeteiligt
MEPA-Kontaktstelle Baden-Württemberg
E-Mail: juergen.haidle@im.bwl.de
Tel.: +49 (0)711 231 3956
Referenten
Referenten und Experten aus Justiz und Polizei
Seminarteilnehmer zu Lagebild, Falldarstellungen, Rechtslage und Zuständigkeiten im
Herkunftsland
Teilnehmerzahl
max. 24
Kosten
Es werden keine Kosten für Unterkunft und Verpflegung in Rechnung gestellt.
Reisespesen und evtl. Versicherungskosten gehen zu Lasten der Teilnehmenden.
Sprache
Deutsch
Dokumentation
Die Beiträge von Referenten und Teilnehmenden werden am Seminarort durch die
Seminarleitung elektronisch (USB-Stick oder CD) gesammelt.
Die Beiträge werden durch die Seminarleitung auf CD gebrannt. Jeder
Seminarteilnehmer erhält eine CD mit allen Beiträgen.
Außerdem erfolgt grundsätzlich die Veröffentlichung der Beiträge im „MEPA-Insider“
(der Closed-User-Group auf www.mepa.net).
Termine
Wann
Wer
Was
Wem
Bewerber
Anmeldung
24.04.2015
Nationale
Verbindungsstellen
(NVS)
Anmeldung der
Teilnehmer
BMS
08.05.2015
Nationale
Verbindungsstellen
(NVS)
Buchung der
Teilnehmer
BMS
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22.06.2015
26.06.2015
Teilnehmer
Anreisetag2
(Ankunft bis
spätestens 16:00h)
Referenten,
Teilnehmer
Abgabe der
Referats- und
Seminarbeiträge
per CD oder USBStick
Teilnehmer
Abreisetag (Abreise
ab ca. 12:00h)
Seminaranleitung
vor Ort
Sonstiges
Das Seminar basiert auf den 2013 und 2014 durchgeführten Rauschgift-Seminaren
und soll die dargestellten Themen weiter vertiefen. Es eignet sich sowohl für Personen,
die erstmals an diesem Seminar teilnehmen als auch für Personen, die bereits in der
Vergangenheit an dem Seminar teilgenommen haben.
2
Das Seminar beginnt mit dem Anreisetag. Verspätete Anreisen können aus triftigen Gründen sowie eines im Voraus eingereichten
Ersuchen mit Begründung an die nationale Verbindungsstelle des verantwortlichen Landes gutgeheißen werden
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Bekämpfung der internationalen Kraftfahrzeugverschiebung
Zeiten und Orte
Termin
06. bis 10.Juli 2015
Ort
(voraussichtlich) Sparkassenverband Rheinland-Pfalz,
Sparkassenakademie Schloß Waldthausen, Im Wald 1, 55257
Budenheim / Deutschland
Zielgruppe
Tätigkeitsgebiet
Ermittlungen, Auswertungen, Entwicklungen von Strategien im
Zusammenhang mit der Bekämpfung der internationalen KfzVerschiebung, Fahndung nach gestohlenen und/oder
manipulierten Fahrzeugen, Kfz-Identifizierung und/oder
Vermittlung dieser Kenntnisse
Zulassungskriterien Kriminalpolizeibeamte/-innen, die aktuell mit den oben
aufgeführten Tätigkeitsgebieten befasst sind
Herkunft der
Seminarteilnehmer
MEPA-Länder
Zielsetzung
 Vermittlung notwendiger Kenntnisse zur Bekämpfung der internationalen
Kraftfahrzeugverschiebung im Sinne der oben aufgeführten Tätigkeitsgebiete
und nachfolgender Themenschwerpunkte
 Intensiver Erfahrungsaustausch
 Herstellung, Pflege und Vertiefung beruflicher und persönlicher Kontakte
 Aufzeigen von Möglichkeiten für eine Optimierung der regionalen und
internationalen Zusammenarbeit
 Austausch von Erkenntnissen über organisierte Tätergruppierungen auf dem
behandelten Deliktsfeld
 Erarbeitung von Lösungsansätzen für internationale Strategien, koordinierte
internationale Schwerpunktaktionen und optimierte polizeiliche Zusammenarbeit
Themenschwerpunkte
 Aktuelle Lagedarstellung
 Aktuelle wesentliche modi operandi und Darstellung einschlägiger
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Ermittlungsverfahren
 Teilehandel von gestohlenen Kfz
 Nutzung von IT-Systemen (Polizeiintern und "open sources") zur Bekämpfung
der Kfz-Kriminalität
 Grundlagen der Kfz-Identifizierung
 Kraftfahrzeugortung
 Wegfahrsperrentechnik
Leitung und Gestaltung
Verantwortlich
KHK Burkhard Weiß
Bundeskriminalamt
KI 31
65173 Wiesbaden / Deutschland
e-mail: ki31@bka.bund.de oder burkhard.weiss@bka.bund.de
Telefon: +49 (0)611 55 14868
Mitbeteiligt
Unterstützung und Mitwirkung an der fachlichen Gestaltung:
Bundeskriminalamt Wiesbaden, Fachreferat SO 36
Nationale Verbindungsstellen der MEPA für die Länder Österreich,
Slowakei und Slowenien
Referenten
Referenten und Experten aus Polizei und Justiz
Seminarteilnehmer zu Sachstand, Zuständigkeiten und besonderen Einzelaspekten
im Herkunftsland
Teilnehmerzahl
Maximal 26 Teilnehmer aus den MEPA-Ländern
Kosten
Es werden keine Kosten für Unterkunft und Verpflegung in Rechnung gestellt.
Reisespesen und eventuelle Versicherungskosten gehen zu Lasten der
Entsendestaaten beziehungsweise der entsendenden Behörden.
Sprache
Die Seminarsprache ist Deutsch.
Dokumentation
Die Beiträge der Referenten und Teilnehmer werden den Seminarteilnehmer auf CD
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zur Verfügung gestellt.
Termine
Wann
Wer
Was
Bewerber
Anmeldung
14.05.2015
Nationale
Verbindungsstellen
(NVS)
Anmeldung der
Teilnehmer
BMS
21.05.2015
Nationale
Verbindungsstellen
(NVS)
Buchung der
Teilnehmer
BMS
06.07.2015
Teilnehmer
Anreisetag3
(Ankunft bis
spätestens 18:00h)
Referenten,
Teilnehmer
Abgabe der
Referats- und
Seminarbeiträge
per CD oder USBStick
Teilnehmer
Abreisetag (Abreise
ab ca. 13:00h)
10.07.2015
Wem
Seminaranleitung
vor Ort
Sonstiges
Anreisezeit bei gewünschter Teilnahme am Abendessen am Montag, 06.07.2015;
fachlicher Seminarbeginn: Dienstag, 07.07.2015, 08:00 Uhr
Seminarende: Freitag, 10.07.2015, 12:00 Uhr - anschließend noch Möglichkeit zur
Einnahme der Mittagsmahlzeit
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Das Seminar beginnt mit dem Anreisetag. Verspätete Anreisen können aus triftigen Gründen sowie eines im Voraus eingereichten
Ersuchen mit Begründung an die nationale Verbindungsstelle des verantwortlichen Landes gutgeheißen werden
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Vermögensabschöpfung
Zeiten und Orte
Termin
28.September bis 02.Oktober 2015
Ort
Solothurn/Schweiz
Zielgruppe
Tätigkeitsgebiet
Vermögensabschöpfung
Zulassungskriterien Mittlere und höhere Führungsebene sowie Experten
Herkunft der
Seminarteilnehmer
Teilnehmer aus den 7 MEPA-Ländern
Zielsetzung
 Darstellung der rechtlichen und praktischen Grundlagen der
Vermögensabschöpfung in den MEPA-Staaten
 Vermittlung , Erweiterung und Vertiefung von Fachwissen, Erfahrungen und
Fertigkeiten bei der Bearbeitung von Ermittlungsverfahren im Bereich der
Vermögensabschöpfung
 Optimierung der internationalen Zusammenarbeit auf polizeilicher Ebene
Themenschwerpunkte
 Rechtsgrundlagen der Vermögensabschöpfung in den MEPA-Staaten
 Darstellung der Möglichkeiten und Grenzen auf dem Gebiet der
Vermögensabschöpfung
 Internationale Zusammenarbeit in der Vermögensabschöpfung – auf Ebene der
Polizei sowie im Rahmen der justiziellen Rechtshilfe
 Darstellung, Diskussion und Austausch von praktischen Erfahrungen
 Diskussion aktueller Fragestellungen zur Vermögensabschöpfung in den MEPAStaaten
 Aktuelle Informationen zum Finanzplatz Schweiz
Leitung und Gestaltung
Verantwortlich
Bundesamt für Polizei fedpol, Schweiz
Mitbeteiligt
Bundesamt für Justiz
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Bundesanwaltschaft
Staatsanwaltschaft und Kantonspolizei Zürich
Weitere Behörden wie z.B. Finanzmarktaufsicht
Referenten
Spezialisten aus Justiz und Polizei
Fachleute mit Bezug zum Finanzplatz Schweiz (z.B. Finanzmarktaufsicht,
Geldwäschereibekämpfung)
Seminarteilnehmer zu Rechtsgrundlagen, Lage, Praxisfällen und Zuständigkeiten im
Herkunftsland
Teilnehmerzahl
Kosten
Es werden den Teilnehmern aus den MEPA-Ländern keine Kosten für Unterkunft und
Verpflegung in Rechnung gestellt
Reisespesen und ev. Versicherungskosten gehen zu Lasten der Teilnehmenden
Sprache
Die Seminarsprache ist Deutsch. Die Kosten für allfällige Übersetzer gehen zu Lasten
der Entsendestaaten.
Dokumentation
Die Beiträge von Referenten und Teilnehmern werden am Seminarort durch die
Seminarleitung elektronisch gesammelt.
Die gesammelten elektronischen Beiträge werden durch die Seminarleitung auf CD
gebrannt. Jeder Seminarteilnehmer erhält eine CD mit allen Beiträgen.
Die Übergabe der Beiträge durch die Seminarleitung per USB-Stick ist möglich.
Termine
Wann
Wer
Was
Wem
Bewerber
Anmeldung
03.08.2015
Nationale
Verbindungsstellen
(NVS)
Anmeldung der
Teilnehmer
BMS
17.08.2015
Nationale
Verbindungsstellen
(NVS)
Buchung der
Teilnehmer
BMS
28.09.2015
Teilnehmer
Anreisetag4
(Ankunft bis
spätestens 18:00h)
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Das Seminar beginnt mit dem Anreisetag. Verspätete Anreisen können aus triftigen Gründen sowie eines im Voraus eingereichten
Ersuchen mit Begründung an die nationale Verbindungsstelle des verantwortlichen Landes gutgeheißen werden
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02.10.2015
Referenten,
Teilnehmer
Abgabe der
Referats- und
Seminarbeiträge
per CD oder USBStick
Teilnehmer
Abreisetag (Abreise
ab ca. 13:00h)
Seminaranleitung
vor Ort
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Name of the Police Academy
Police Academy of the Netherlands
Course title
Meeting the Police Education Below Sea Level
Date
18 - 22 May 2015
05 - 09 October 2015
Duration
5 Days
Contents
The structure, responsibilities and training methods of the Dutch Police Academy as
well as the educational system.
Objectives
To become more familiar with the structure, responsibilities and training methods of
the Dutch Police Academy and to gain more thorough understanding of the Dutch
policing and educational system. Various police training facilities will be visited
during this course.
Deadline for registration
1 April 2015
20 August 2015
Place
Warnsveld (NL)
Languages
English
Fee
Participation is free; participants only have to bear their costs of travelling and their
personal expences.
Number of Participants
Max. 20
Target group
Persons who have interest in Police training and/or have a work relationship to
police training
Information and Registration
By Email to The Staff International Relations and Internationalisation of the Police
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Academy of the Netherlands:
siri@politieacademie.nl or ron.van.der.linde@politieacademie.nl
Accommodation
Police Conference Centre "Huis 't Velde" in Warnsveld (NL)
Catering
According to the program, mainly in the accommodation
Extra Costs
None
Additional Remarks
After the first registration the formal invitation and application form will be send to
participants
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