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05 April 2020

Activity Details (ID# 15609)  

 
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Title Participation to the regional Seminar on data protection in relation to the use of criminal intelligence 
Description  
Status Completed 
Date 08/06/2006 - 09/06/2006 
Location Bitola, ''the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia''
Countries CoE Members: Albania / Bosnia and Herzegovina / Croatia / Montenegro / Serbia / ''the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia''
Others: Kosovo*
  Multilateral
  Joint Programme Activity - SEE-Pol
Joint Programme EC/CoE
JP SEE-Pol - CARDS - South East Europe - Police and Economic Crime    (Logframe)  (Activities)
Project Purpose 1 - 2004/DG1/JP/1556   SEE-Pol - Develop a regional strategy against economic and organised crime
Expected Result 1.1 - A regional strategy developed on economic and organised crime in accordance with the acquis of th... A regional strategy developed on economic and organised crime in accordance with the acquis of the EU and European standards and practices and based on
 PoA
Council of Europe Programme of Activities
Line of Action ⇒ 1 – Compliance with Human Rights and Rule of Law standards
Programme ☆ 1.13  Monitoring by other Conventional Committees
Project 2004/DG1/161 ETS No 108 - Protection of individuals with regard to the automatic processing of personal data
Expected Result 1 Technical and legal assistance to countries intending to draft or amend their data protection legislation is provided

Working Method

Organisation of meetings - Workshop (excl. training) 
Directorate (Service) DG I Legal Affairs (Private and Public Law Department)
CoE Contact MEUDAL-LEENDERS, Sophie   email
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1 http://www.coe.int/carpo/  
Last Modified 20/10/2006 


Activity Synopsis (ID# 15609) (Hide Synopsis)

Objective(s) The objective was threefold: Firstly, to present the Council of Europe and EU standards on data
protection with a special emphasis on the police sector. Secondly, to share experiences with data protection supervisory authorities already established in South-eastern Europe. Thirdly, to gather in a practical and informal way practitioners and experts in the format of round tables on specific related issues. 
Output/Results During the seminar, many issues related to data protection in police practice were debated and gave the opportunity to exchange experiences between experts from the region and international experts. It thereby contributed to raise awareness among practitioners to data protection issues and good practice and to develop contacts between data protection practitioners and crime intelligence specialists in the countries of the region.
 
Conclusions/Follow Up  
Participants More than 30 crime intelligence specialists from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, ''the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia'' and UNMIK. 
Consultants/Experts Representatives from data protection supervisory authorities from Bosnia and Herzegovina (Mr M. Jozic), Croatia (Ms S. Vuk), Slovenia (Ms A. Mrak) and ''the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia'' (Ms M. Marusic)

International experts: Mr Emilio Aced Felez (Data Protection Agency of Madrid), Mr Glyn Morgan (Dept of serious crime of Europol), Mr Francisco J. Gonzalez Ibanez (Spanish National Criminal Police), Mr Goran Klemencic (long-term adviser of the CARPO project) and Mr Karel Neuwirt (Data Protection Consultant, Czech Republic) 
CoE Secretariat Jean-Charles de Cordes, CARPO Project Manager, Dept of Crime Problems, DGI
Sophie Meudal-Leenders, Head of the Data Protection Unit, Dept of Public and Private Law, DGI
Darko Angelov, Local Project Officer 
Total No. Participants 40 
Last Modified

15/06/2006 




 
  * All reference to Kosovo, whether to the territory, institutions or population, in this text shall be understood in full compliance with United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244 and without prejudice to the status of Kosovo.  
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