The International Multi Track Conference on Sciences, Engineering & Technical Innovations, The CT Group of Institutions, India

The International Policing Forum, The People’s Public Security University of China, China

The Conference Cybersecurity Challenges, Marshall Center, Romania

IDC IT Security Roadshow, The International Data Corporation (IDC), Romania

The Seminar GoDigital, PRISMA European Network, Romania

The International Law Enforcement Cooperation Course, The European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL), Hungary

The AEPC Conference & General Council Meeting, The Association of European Police Colleges (AEPC), Turkey

Challenges and Opportunities in Cyberspace Workshop, Al. I. Cuza Police Academy, Romania

Challenges and Opportunities in Cyberspace Workshop - Second Edition, Al. I. Cuza Police Academy, Romania

Tor and Darknet Course, The European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL), Romania


PPSUC International Policing Forum

People’s Public Security University of China (PPSUC) organized the International Policing Forum in Beijing, China, on December 13-15, 2016. On this conference I represented “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” Police Academy.

The conference theme was international law enforcement cooperation and police force training. The overall aim of this event was to share the best practices and knowledge about new instruments and channels used for law enforcement cooperation.

Some objectives of the PPSUC International Policing Forum were:

  • To discuss about common challenges of different police cooperation tools and channels;
  • To differentiate between different forms of police cooperation tools;
  • To analyze the specific training needs of the police forces;
  • To discover adequate police measures in different scenarios of international police cooperation;
  • To develop concepts for cooperation and support;
  • To learn how to apply different legal and police systems;
  • To identify specific and common features of different police cultures;
  • To apply the function and logistics of police and judicial cooperation.

I attended this conference with the presentation “International Law Enforcement Cooperation in the Field of Cybercrime”. One of the most important aspect in the law-making process in the field of cybercrime is police cooperation. For obtaining evidences in international cybercrime acts, law enforcement authorities have to cooperate in order to seize data from computers belonging to suspects that can be located on different countries.

The conference was very useful for having a standard knowledge about the tools and instruments of International Police cooperation and for making interpersonal relations between officers to facilitate cooperation among the countries.