EUCPN Newsletter September 2015

This is the EUCPN newsletter of September 2015.

Editorial

New products EUCPN

  • The European Crime Prevention Award (ECPA) and Best Practice Conference (BPC) 17-18 December, Luxembourg City

Research and publications

  • INTERPOL: Cybercrime a fast growing area of crime
  • HORIZON 2020: The EU Framework Program for Research and Innovation
  • EUROPEAN AGENCY FOR FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS (FRA): Help protect young LGBTI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex) people from violence and discrimination.
  • EUROPOL: Europol internet referral unit to combat terrorist and violent extremist propaganda
  • ACC AUSTRALIAN CRIME COMMISSION: Organized crime in Australia 2015
  • CESG United Kingdom Common Cyber Attacks: Reducing the Impact
  • EUROPEAN COUNCIL: Council launches the EU naval operation to disrupt human smugglers and traffickers in the Mediterranean.
  • INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRIME (ICPC): Report on the prevention of drug-related crime
  • VICTIME SUPPORT EUROPE: A Guide for individual evaluation of victims (EVVI) now available
  • EUROPEAN FORUM FOR URBAN SECURITY (EFUS): Security & Tourism Conference: developing global policies at the local level
  • UNDOC: Undoc Annual Report 2014
  • PORTUGAL: E-book as a result of the IV international Conference on survivors of Rape, held on the 20 – 22 of November in Lisbon.
  • ROMANIA: Prevention of juvenile delinquency and providing specific services to minor offenders who are not criminally responsible.

Member States' good practices

  • EUROPE EFUS: European Forum for Urban Security
  • SLOVAKIA: Countering extremism on the internet
  • GERMANY: “Cybercrime”
  • FRANCE: Minors’ responsibility reminder practiced by the prevention of juvenile squad (PJFS)
  • CYPRUS: Victims of crime or victims of the system?
    Support, protection and restitution of victims of crime
  • SPAIN: Latin American police officials and prosecutors receive training in Spain on fighting cybercrime

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