In partnership with:
- Polícia de Segurança Pública (Portugal)
- Portuguese Judicial Police (Portugal)
- Norwegian Police University College (Norway)
- Antwerp Local Police (Belgium)
- Brussels Local Police (Belgium)
- Hessen Police Academy (Germany)
- Polish Cybercrime Bureau (Poland)
- PolitieAcademie (Netherlands)
- Swedish Cyber Crime Center (Sweden)
- An Garda Schíochána (Ireland)
- Guardia Civil (Spain)
- Servizio Polizia Postale e delle Comunicazioni (Italy)
- Hellenic Police (Greece)
- Danish Police (Danemark)
- Finish Police University College (Finland)
- Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain)
- Romanian Police (Romania)
This flagship project is also possible thanks to funding from the European Commission and the kind support from Europol, CEPOL, Council of Europe and UNODC.
A “first responders e-learning” package focusing on essential IT forensics and IT crime knowledge is created, localised in EU languages and kept up-to-date to allow first-line police officers to:
- Identify and seize potential electronic evidence, including “live data” forensics.
- Gain awareness on cybercrime, the Internet, the Internet of Things, encryption and decryption, dark web and cryptocurrencies.
- Assist victims of crimes facilitated by the use of new technologies when taking the complaint and starting a criminal case and provide first help.
- Advise on how to use the NOMORERANSOM tools.
The deliverable package is solving the ever-challenging “pre-requisites” topics required before residential training while providing a common sound reference for all LEA first responders (non-specialised field police officers) as well to all attendees to more expert level IT forensics courses.
With an expected audience of over 1.5 million law enforcement first responders in Europe, a deliverable e-learning course package is available free of cost to all LEA, with additional organisation or country-wide related content.
An English version is available, and the localised version in additional languages are available since May 2019 (latest update in May 2021).
- Flemish (Dutch)
- Arabic (in cooperation with the Council of Europe)
- Thaï (in cooperation with UNODC)
Other additional languages will be added as translations become available.