The European Crime Prevention Award (ECPA) and Best Practice Conference (BPC)

Vienna
Austria
AT
4 Dec 2018 to 6 Dec 2018

The theme of the Austrian Presidency

Recent studies concerning public safety have shown that despite a measurable decrease in the occurrence of crime over all, the subjective feeling of safety among the citizens of Austria has declined in recent years. During the Austrian Presidency our main focus will therefore lie on how to strengthen the community and the cooperation with the community to fight crime and organized crime. The Presidency will organize a large-scale international conference in December, which will revolve around this theme and invite national and international experts to present initiatives and projects that enable the improvement of the subjective feeling of safety of our citizens through positive exposure and cooperation with law enforcement.

 

Events organized by the Austrian Presidency

  • Executive Committee (ExCom) Meeting of the European Crime Prevention Network (EUCPN)

Dates: 06.11.2018 - 07.11.2018

 

  • European Crime Prevention Network (EUCPN) Community Policing Conference & Best Practice Conference

Dates: 04.12.2018 - 06.12.2018

 

Documents regarding the Call for projects

Entries for the European Crime Prevention Award should be submitted through the National Representative of each Member State to the Secretariat, the deadline has been moved up to the 30th of September. Please be aware that different (shorter) deadlines can apply within individual Member States. Please contact the National Representative of your Member State for further details.

 

For more information, please contact the EUCPN Secretariat eucpn@ibz.eu or go to https://eucpn.org/about/work.

Other upcoming events

10 Apr 2019
Brussels
Belgium
BE

The partners of the RESCALED movement look forward to welcoming participants to this launch conference hosted by the Vrije Universiteit of Brussels (VUB) on April 10th, 2019. Over 150 expected delegates will reflect on how to promote penal transition towards detention houses, small-scale, differentiated in terms of security level and programs and integrated in the local community.