EU to develop network of national judicial trainers on cybercrime and electronic evidence

22-07-2019
EU to develop network of national judicial trainers on cybercrime and electronic evidence
EU to develop network of national judicial trainers on cybercrime and…
Copyright: Council of Europe

The Council of Europe organised the first Meeting of the National Judicial Trainers on Cybercrime and Electronic Evidence on 10-12 July 2019 in Strasbourg, France. Around 100 judges, prosecutors, representatives of training institutions and other national authorities from more than 20 countries of Europe, Africa, Latin America and Asia Pacific met to increase their knowledge with regard to the current global landscape of cybercrime, responses regarding cybercrime and electronic evidence, including the standards of the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime and the work of the Cybercrime Convention Committee (T-CY).

Participants shared their experience, challenges, good practices, as well as needs and priorities related to training on cybercrime and electronic evidence and considered the benefits, feasibility and steps to be taken regarding a network of national judicial trainers on cybercrime and electronic evidence.

 

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