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Közzétette: admin  •   jún 17 : 07:45      

Anticorruption focused on Prosecutor and Judges course

John Terpinas ILEA director and Pol. Col. Dr. István Farkas, Director General of the International Training Center, MoI hosted Sarah Sewall, Under Secretary for Civilian Security, Democracy and Human Rigths at the U.S. State Depatment on May 26th, 2016. During her short stay, the honorable guest met with American instructor judges, as well as prosecutors and judges from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Hungary, Serbia and Ukraine, who participated in a special course, called “Anticorruption focused on Prosecutor and Judges course” from May 23rd till May 27th.


Közzétette: matyasa  •   jún 09 : 13:00      


ICOFI 6/2016 “Practical aspects of Money Laundering”

The International College of Financial Investigation (ICOFI) organized its sixth annual training course between 17-20 May 2016 at the MoI International Training Centre with the title “Practical aspects of money laundering”.

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Közzétette: admin  •   jún 08 : 11:34      

Combating card fraud course in Budapest    

CEPOL 17/2016 Combating card fraud course attracted 29 participants from 25 countries to Budapest, Hungary between 30th May and 2nd June 2016.  

During the seminar experts from Italy, Romania and United Kingdom as well as from different organisations – European Central Bank and Master Card Europe – shared their knowledge and experience about the different fields of bank card fraud.  

Mr. Daniel Filip explained the main challenges and tasks of the EMPACT project followed by Mr. Alexandros Kaliontzoglou from European Central Bank who talked about the main problems and tendencies this organisation has to face to.  

On the second day of the course the main focus was on the skimming and other technical tricks and issues while the second day focused on darknet. Mr. Bogdan Bochenek from Master Card Europe presented the main threats and tendencies of the bank card fraud as well as the specificities of contactless cards.  

The workshops and the case studies offered a great opportunity for participants to share their experience and best practices and highlighted the differences between the countries. They also had the chance to test cash machines (ATMs) equipped with different special technical devices used by perpetrators.  

At the end the participants and experts expressed their satisfaction and appreciation, here is one of the comments from the Evaluation form: “I can really state that it was one of the most well organised courses I have ever attended. Both organisers and attendees worked hard to achieve such a high quality course. Thanks a lot”. -Ends-    

Additional information:
Among the 25 countries there were 24 Member States and one Candidate Country (Turkey).  

For further information please contact:
Pol. Col. Ms. Emese HORVÁCZY
Hungarian CEPOL NCP and Course Manager
Mobile: +36 30 274 9636 ; e-mail: horvaczy.emese@nokitc.hu

Közzétette: matyasa  •   máj 27 : 14:42      


Closing Event: CEPA-Main Course

2016 On 29 April 2016 the conclusion of the 24 CEPA Main Course took place in Budapest, Hungary, by awarding the certificates to the successful participants. This event was held in the presence of high-ranking delegates of the CEPA Member States in the premises of the International Further Training Centre of the Hungarian Ministry of the Interior with a specific focus on the theme "Prevention and combatting of international relevant forms of crime".

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Közzétette: orszagt  •   máj 09 : 14:45      

On April 27th, 2016, John Terpinas ILEA Director and his Deputy, David Farthing hosted a meeting with Mr. Giorgi Mghebrishvili, Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia and his colleagues. Minister Mghebrishvili mentioned how much the Georgian officers praise the ILEA program when they return home after having completed the ILEA training courses.

Following the short courtesy call the two parties had a working lunch.

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