Varna, Bulgaria - Experts from Bulgaria, Romania, Slovenia and CEPOL participated at the Second Interim Meeting organised under the EU-funded ISEC project “Developing E-learning Modules on Cross-Border Police Cooperation Tools for Police Education”, which took place in Varna, Bulgaria, from 29 September – 4 October 2014. The main aim of the event was to bring together all experts working on the modules’ content development in order to perform the practical demonstration in e-environment and to conduct quality checks of the developed module content in the areas of Data & Information Exchange, Hot Pursuit, and Mixed Patrols. The participants also focused on promotional strategies for the final outcomes of this ISEC project in individual beneficiary countries, as well as in all EU Member States and/or PCC SEE Contracting Parties. As one of the important outcomes of the event, experts together with CEPOL executed a webinar as an introduction of the three online modules hosted on CEPOL's e-Net to present the modules to the webinar attendees. The finalisation of the modules to version 1.0 is foreseen for the project's Concluding Seminar planned to take place in November 2014, when the final version of modules shall become available. The results of the project will also be introduced by media promotion to the broader public.