The Norwegian Financial Mechanism
Central Anticorruption Bureau is implementing the project „Strengthening of law enforcement agencies and justice system institutions in the area of strategic and operational criminal analysis that will support identification, fight and prevention of corruption and economic crime”. The project is financed by the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014-2021 in the thematic area PA20 of „International Police Cooperation and Combating Crime” in the Program „Home Affairs”. The total value of the project is 545 292, 00 EUR, i.e. 2 345 411, 00 PLN.
The main goal of the project is strengthening of an international cooperation and promotion of the best practices and solutions in the field of criminal and strategic analysis in order to prevent and combat corruption and economic crime.
CBA invited to cooperate within the project the Polish and foreign Partners: the Internal Security Agency, the Military Counterintelligence Service, the National Prosecutor’s Office, the Ministry of Finance and the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol), the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) and the Public Prosecution Office for Prosecuting Economic Crimes and Corruption of the Republic of Austria (WKStA).
The Project will be carried out in the period from May 2021 to July 2023 and will include:
- organization of a series of training courses in the field of criminal and strategic analysis in terms of the new technologies
- organization of an international criminal and strategic analysis conference
- creating and equipping a training workshop of criminal analysis.
We encourage You to follow the websites and social media of the Central Anticorruption Bureau where we will keep You informed about the progress of the Project.
More information about the Norwegian Financial Mechanism and the projects implemented under the Norway Grants is available on the following websites: www.eeagrants.org, www.norwaygrants.org and www.eog.gov.pl
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