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02 April 2020

Activity Details (ID# 17547)  

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Title Study visit to the National High Tech Crime Unit of the Serious Organised Crime Agency (London, UK) 
Status Completed 
Date 21/01/2007 - 26/01/2007 
Location London, United Kingdom
Countries CoE Members: Serbia
  Joint Programme Activity - PACO-Serbia
Joint Programme EC/CoE
JP PACO-Serbia - Project against economic crime    (Logframe)  (Activities)
Project Purpose 1 - 2005/DG1/JP/1622   PACO-Serbia - Reforming legislative framework
Expected Result 1.4 - Ratification and implementation of the COE AML/CTF and Cyber crime Conventions Legislative proposals available permitting ratification and implementation of the new Convention on money laundering and terrorist financing (ETS 198) and the Convention on Cybercrime (ETS 185).
Council of Europe Programme of Activities
I – Rule of Law
Line of Action ⇒ II.3 – Strengthening the security of European citizens
Programme ☆ II.3.2  European standards for crime control
Project 2004/DG1/143 Effective measures to fight economic crime and cybercrime
Expected Result 2 Increased adoption at world level of the standards contained in the Convention on cybercrime and its Protocol (ETS No.-s 185 and 189) and increased ratifications and signatures. Technical assistance to enable states to fight cybercrime.

Working Method

Study / Report 
Directorate (Service) DG I Legal Affairs (Crime Problems Department)
CoE Contact DE CORDES, Jean-Charles   email
Last Modified 31/01/2007 

Activity Synopsis (ID# 17547) (Hide Synopsis)

Objective(s) To familiarise cybercrime experts with the work and methodologies of the UK National High Tech Crime Unit. 
Output/Results Discussions between participants and various experts led to an increase of knowledge and an extensive study of cases and practices. 
Conclusions/Follow Up Further training and support will be provided to experts and practitioners through the PACO Serbia project. 
Participants Cybercrime experts and practitioners from the law enforcement and the judiciary + 1 representative from the MoJ 
Consultants/Experts None 
CoE Secretariat None 
Total No. Participants
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