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Information sharing between Law Enforcement Authorities in Europe: best practices and challenges
September 28 ; 9:45 – 16:00 CEST
The ILEAnet H2020 project workshop is organised as part of a study led by CEIS-Avisa Partners on how European Law Enforcement Authorities (LEAs) share information in the domains of migration, terrorism, cybercrime, and serious & organised crimes. The study is conducted in the framework of the EU project ILEAnet co-creating a sustainable LEA-practitioners network centered on research & innovation challenges.
Jari Liukku, head of Europol’s Serious & Organised Crime Centre
Phénicia Baatout, adviser to the EU Counter-terrorism coordinator
Marcin Pempus, Eurosur Fusion Services, FRONTEX
Alexandre Dulaunoy, Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg (CIRCL)
Stephanie Dom, Belgian Passenger Information Unit (BelPIU)
Laurynas Okockis, State Border Guard Service of Lithuania
Aleksandrs Petrovskis, State Border Guard of Latvia, and other eminent speakers TBC.
Discussions will focus on how information is shared in the fight against Illegal migration, Cybercrime, Terrorism, Serious & Organised Crime. Attendees will be able to participate in one or more of the four sessions dedicated to information sharing in the fight against illegal migration, cybercrime, terrorism, and serious & organised crime. In each session, two eminent speakers will give introductory remarks to present their perspectives on the subject. Both strategic and operational aspects will be addressed. The CEIS-Avisa Partners team will then present the initial results of the study, based on wide consultation of European LEAs run in June and July 2021. The audience will have the opportunity to react and ask questions.
IMPORTANT– Attendance to this workshop is by personal invitation only – We kindly ask you to reply to this email or register by sending an email to email@example.com and to specify in which session(s) you would like to participate– The detailed program and the connection details will be sent to the registered participants only – The event will take place under the Chatham House rule– Please note that the number of participants will be limited to ensure dynamic and interactive discussion.
Looking forward to a fruitful discussion!