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Webinars

22.05.2020

Policing and COVID-19

On 19 May 2020 DCAF Ljubljana organised a webinar on Police work in the light of COVID-19.

When the “Corona” situation first started and when the first cases began appearing in our neighbourhood, it was hard to expect everything that would happen in just a few short weeks. We saw many different measures undertaken in order to limit the spread of the virus. And many of those measures directly impacted also the work of the police.

With this webinar we wanted to share some information on the possible future scenarios regarding the coronavirus and to offer insight into the EU response practice on the case study of Slovenia.

The webinars below are provided in both the English langauge and the CRO/BIH/MNE/SRB language. You may also find the PPTs which were used during the webinars and answers to questions asked during the webinar.

Feel free to subscribe to our youtube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChAjWhr-pQjXFd85ZGkXFPg) where we will publish the future webinars and other relevant video materials.

For more information on the webinar, feel free to contact Mr Rok Derenčin (r.derencin@dcaf.ch).

 

Policijski rad i COVID-19 (BIH/CRO/MNE/SRB language version)

 

Policing and COVID-19 (English version)

  • pdfWEBINAR_COVID-19 AND POLICING_EN_handout.pdfFile size: 3 MB
  • pdfVEBINAR_COVID-19 I POLICIJSKI RAD_handout.pdfFile size: 3 MB
  • pdfPitanja_i_odgovori_vebinar_Policijski_rad_tokom_pandemije_COVID19.pdfFile size: 106 kb
  • pdfQ and A_WEBINAR COVID-19 AND POLICING_English.pdfFile size: 100 kb
28.11.2017

Webinar on Common and Coordinated Operations

The webinar on Common and Coordinated Operations took place on 28 November 2017. In the webinar the participants were familiarised with the common and coordinated operational measures in the Western Balkan Region in combating all forms of cross-border criminalit as supported by the DCAF Border Security programme.

Feel free to subscribe to our youtube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChAjWhr-pQjXFd85ZGkXFPg) where we will publish the future webinars and other relevant video materials.

For more information on the webinar, feel free to contact Mr Rok Derenčin (r.derencin@dcaf.ch).

 

27.11.2017

Webinar on Irregular Migration

The webinar on Irregular Migration in English language took place on 23 November 2017 and on 24 November 2017 in BCHS (local) language. Its purpose was to learn about the recent developments, challenges in combating irregular migration, trends and the future prospects.

Also, feel free to subscribe to our newly set-up youtube channel (https://youtu.be/soYffPcylU0) in English and (https://youtu.be/TpwmORH2HpM) in BCHS (local) language where we will publish the future webinars and other relevant video materials.

For more information on the webinar, feel free to contact Mr Rok Derenčin (r.derencin@dcaf.ch).

 

 

20.05.2015

Webinar on Information Exchange

The webinar on Information Exchange took place on 19 May 2015. Its purpose was to present the systems, instruments and channels for Information Exchange and also to address some issues and trends in this field.

The attendees to the Webinar were given insight into the DCAF Border Security Programme and the PCC SEE through the presentations of Ms Jelka Klemenc and Ms Katarina Lednik, representatives of DCAF Ljubljana. In continuation, Mr Dušan Kerin – a contracted senior advisor and an expert in the field of Information Exchange – provided a comprehensive overview on the available instruments, systems and channels for data and information exchange. Special emphasis was given on the practical examples in exchange of information and overcoming of legal barriers in order to expand the usage of these tools, to make data exchange more secure and to ensure higher data quality.

Encouraged by the positive feedback on the first webinar, DCAF Ljubljana will conduct additional webinars in the future which will also address some of the topics as they were suggested by the attending participants. The recording of the webinar, as well as the Q & A can also be found below.

Also, feel free to subscribe to our newly set-up youtube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChAjWhr-pQjXFd85ZGkXFPg) where we will publish the future webinars and other relevant video materials.

For more information on the webinar, feel free to contact Mr Rok Derenčin (r.derencin@dcaf.ch).

 

  • PDFQ&A_FINAL.PDFFile size: 367 kb