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Events

2022, January

18
Jan
09:01

Regional Workshop: Enhancing criminal justice response to address evidential issues for investigating cases of trafficking in persons in the South Eastern Europe

Belgrade, Serbia




2022, February

02
Feb
11:02

PCC SEE Buzz session | Fight against Migrant smuggling – Face recognition

Online




2022, March

01
Mar
09:03

Regional Meetings of PCCCs representatives

Belgrade, Serbia

As continuation of its efforts to enhance the exchange of information amonh the Police and Customs Cooperation Centres (PCCCs) the DCAF Border Security Programme is organising a regional meeting of PCCC representatives. The meeting will provide an opportunity to review the DCAF-developed recommendations on the functioning of the PCCCs, to exchange practical experience and issues experienced in exchang of information, and explore the possibiliites to address key elements that hinder operational cooperation in the fight against cross-border crime. 




14
Mar
09:03

Regional workshop on combating Illicit Trafficking of Cultural Goods

Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

In cooperation with the Agency for Education and Professional Training (AEPTM) in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, DCAF Border Security Programme is organising a 3-day training on the topic of combating the Illicit Trafficking of Cultural Goods. 

The training which foresees the participation of representatives of Border Police, Customs services, and law enforcement Training institutions, will provide insight in the the phenomenon, information on key modus operandi and practical insight into approaches and measures for its detection and investigations. 

The training will also be supported by DCAF Geneva, UNESCO and Interpol.




17
Mar
11:03

PCC SEE Buzz session | Fight against migrant smuggling – New challenges for investigators

Online




2022, April

06
Apr
09:04

Field training activity to enhance the capacities of PCCCs

DCAF Border Security is preparing a field trainng activity to a selected Police and Customs Cooperation Centre in the WB region. The activity will provide the participants with an opportunity to see the functioning of the PCCC, to engage with the officers working at the PCCC, to discuss operational issues and to gain new knowledge and insight into the functioning of the PCCCs. 




20
Apr
09:04

Meeting of Heads of Border Police Services

Skopje, North Macedonia

DCAF Border Security Programme is organising a meeting of Heads of Border Police Services. 

The meeting will provide an opportunity to review the progress achieved by the Programme in the WB Region in its 20 years of existance, take a look at the current existing challenges and provide an opportunity to identify the future focus and endeavours in the area of border security. 

The meeting is expected to be attended by representatives of several international organisations and agencies. 

First time ever, the Meeting will include an open session, which will be broadcasted online and which everyone interested in the topic of WB border security can attend. 

For more information, please also visit our DCAF Events site




2022, May

10
May
09:05

12th Meeting of the Thematic Working Group on the Exchange of Information regarding Forged and Fake Travel Documents within the PCC SEE

Ljubljana, Slovenia




18
May
08:05

Meeting of Heads of the PCCCs and Customs

Koper, Slovenia

Between 18-20 May 2022, a meeting of national PCCC Coordinators and representatives of Customs services will take place in Slovenia, with aim to present the DCAF-developed recommendations on the functioning of the PCCCs to the national coordinators, together with discussions of the field activities, and will attempt to enhance the familiarisation of participants with the information exchange among the customs services

The activity will be supported by a study visit to the Port of Koper, where the participants will have the opportunity to engage with customs officials and discuss the information exchange among the customs services. Furthermore, the participants will have an opportunity to visit a local police station, and discuss the cooperation among the police and the customs services in the context of Port of Koper.

 




25
May
09:05

28th Meeting of the PCC SEE Expert Working Group

Ljubljana, Slovenia