Previous Projects & Winners

EUCPN Previous projects & winners

2017

On 14-15 December 2017, the Best Practice Conference (BPC) was held in Tallinn, Estonia. It was again a great success since 18 countries participated with their best national crime prevention projects, focusing on the theme 'Cyber Safety'.

The 2017 ECPA was awarded to the Estonian entry: The cyber defence field of study at Põltsamaa Coeducational gymnasium. The delegation received a check of 10 000 euro. The second place went to the Danish entry: The Danes’ digital self-defense. And Belgium got the third place for their entry: Cybersimple.

2016

On 14-15 December 2016, the Best Practice Conference (BPC) was held in Bratislava, Slovakia. It was again a great success since 19 countries participated with their best national crime prevention projects, focusing on the theme 'Prevention of crimes committed on elderly people'.

2015

On 17-18 December 2015, the Best Practice Conference (BPC) was held in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg. It was again a great success since 20 countries participated with their best national crime prevention projects, focusing on the theme Cybercrime.

 

European Union anti-Phishing Initiative

18 January 2016

This is an additional French ECPA entry for 2015. The theme was Cybercrime.

Theatre FestivalArsPraeventiva– The faces of technology

22 December 2015

This is the Romanian ECPA entry for 2015. The theme was Cybercrime.

 

 

 

Financial Coalition against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

22 December 2015

This is the Swedish ECPA entry for 2015. The theme was Cybercrime.

 

 

 

2014

On 4-5 December 2014, the Best Practice Conference (BPC) was held in Rome, Italy. It was again a great success since 20 countries participated with their best national crime prevention projects, focusing on the theme Prevention in Trafficking in Human Beings.

 

2013

On 11 December 2013, the Best Practice Conference (BPC) was held in Vilnius, Lithuania. It was again a great success since 18 countries participated with their best national crime prevention projects, focusing on the theme Prevention in domestic violence.

2012

On 4 December 2012, Cyprus Presidency has announced the winner of the European Crime Prevention Award (ECPA), during the Best Practice Conference (BPC) 2012. The theme was 'Community Policing as a Tool for Crime Prevention, related to Burglaries, Domestic Violence and Juvenile Delinquency'.

 

The European Crime Prevention Award 2012 was given to Denmark, with their project 'Your Police Officer'. Honourable mentions were made for the Swedish project 'Neighbourhood Watch in Multi-Family Dwellings' and the Estonian project 'Web-Constable'.

Integrated community policy/service: ‘from complaining to regaining’

The strategy of activating the neighbourhood, including the youngsters, to take care of each other and for the neighbourhood, not just by focussing on the problems but also by working with present, positive aspects in the social quarter, aimed at reducing criminal facts and preventing further social tensions.

2011

There were 17 entries for the Best Practive Award 2011. The prize for the best project was won by Germany.

„Football-Studies-Family-Anderlecht‟ (F.E.F.A: “Football – Etudes – Familles – Anderlecht”

F.E.F.A., winner of the Belgian Security and Crime Prevention Award 2011, is a comprehensive project about playing soccer, studying, a family balance,... and becoming good citizens. The project focuses on the integration and cohabitation of youths by playing football and following homework classes.

Healthy and Creative Free Time Activities

Sport, science and art are considered among the factors that improve the quality of life. Consequently, the aim of the project is to include these factors into the everyday life of the target group and to help its members develop healthy and quality life-style, positive attitude towards life and find their own creative potential.