Development of the final report containing the best methods in the fight against organized crime against property and illegal trade in cultural goods and Cites
Development of an ad hoc training course for the Police, customs and other law enforcement officers
Increase the capacity of law enforcement agencies to better implement and analyze EU legislation
with data enabling the identification of major trends, threats and risks of property crime
Exchange of best practices and experiences between involved units
Increasing the effectiveness of cooperation at the national and international level between the Polish
Police, the customs service and other countries' law enforcement units specialized in combating crime
Increasing the skills of officers in combating crime against cultural heritage (DK)
Dissemination of project results at the level of Member States and EU bodies
TYPE OF PEOPLE BENEFITING FROM THE PROJECT:
The project will involve 6 partners from 5 countries: Poland, Germany, Cyprus, the Czech Republic and Moldova. The project beneficiaries will be Police and Customs officers who are directly participants in the project. They will serve as multipliers for the target professional community in the 5 directly involved countries and all ISF and associated countries. In addition, long-term beneficiaries will be residents of the countries participating in the project, art collectors, traders, gallery owners, museologists, and scientific circles. The main indirect beneficiaries will be: other implementing bodies and control bodies at regional / national / EU level; dealing with cultural goods.
CrimArt results in enhanced cooperation for the benefit of law enforcement agencies of the Member
States, EU bodies.
CrimART intends to achieve its goal by focusing on several key activities: defining common techniques
and methods of combating crime against property, providing an ad hoc training program for the police
and other law enforcement agencies, developing a Similar modus operandi, organizational culture,
geopolitical proximity and, above all, a similar level.
- Komendy Wojewódzkiej Policji w Krakowie (Poland) - Coordinator;
- HOCHSCHULE FUR OFFENTLICHE VERWALTUNG - HFOV/IPoS (Germany);
- Cyprus Police (Cyprus);
- Inspectoratul General al Politiei (Moldau);
Funding Scheme:[nbsp ISFP-2020-AG-OPC
Grant Agreement No: 101037954
Duration: 24 month, Start: 01.10.2021
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