Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Niš

In the scope of its regular program and the project On-Line Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Judicial Academy, in cooperation with the organization Save the Children organized one-day training for judicial personnel and representatives of the Ministry of the Interior. The topic of the training was On-line Cybercrime and the protection of minors.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Niš
In the scope of its regular program and the project On-Line Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Judicial Academy, in cooperation with the organization Save the Children organized one-day training for judicial personnel and representatives of the Ministry of the Interior. The topic of the training was On-line Cybercrime and the protection of minors.
 

 
Cybercrime and the protection of minors - Source: Judicial Academy
The seminar was held at My Place Hotel in Niš on 19 April 2019, and those present included police officers from Niš, judges of the High Courtand the Basic Court in Nišand deputies of the High and Basic Prosecutor’s Offices in Niš.
The lecturers on this seminar were Saša Živanović, former Head of the Department for Combating Cybercrime at the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Serbia and Bojana Paunović, an Appellate Court judge in Belgrade.
Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Belgrade

The Judicial Academy, within its regular programme, in cooperation with the Save the Children organization, through the „Prevention and Combating against Sexual Abuse and Exploitation of Children on the Internet in Serbia and B&H“ Project, provided the one-day training course for the judicial staff and the members of the Ministry of the Interior on the topic of „High-tech crime and the protection of minors on the Internet“.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Belgrade

This is the second seminar implemented for judges and prosecutors from Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia within the Project Strengthening of judicial cooperation, mutual trust and capacity building of judicial educational institutions in the Republic of Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina conducted in cooperation with the Centre for Judicial and Prosecutorial Training of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as the key implementing institution, and the Judicial Training Centre of Montenegro. The two-day seminar on the topic of organized crime and terrorism intended for judges, prosecutors and representatives of the Ministry of the Interior is organized on Tuesday, 9 April and on Wednesday, 10 April at the premises of the Judicial Academy in Belgrade.