Project - Danube Property Crime Project

Description


Description: The project focuses on combating property crime, especially domestic burglary committed by MOCGs. The aim of the project is the creation of an expert network for combating property crime, the development of a joint situation report, the revelation of perpetrators’ travel routes and the distribution channels of stolen goods. Furthermore, the improvement of information exchange within the network and with Europol and, building on this, conducting joint investigations and destroying identified structures of MOCGs. Milestones: presenting current or completed police investigations conducted in the field of domestic burglary that are related to the participating partner countries, preferably Serbia. These case examples will then be treated and worked through by the participants who are criminal police investigators. Various issues that did not arise during the investigations but are of importance can be simulated in this context (e.g. seizure of profits, surveillance, joint operations, etc.). The stakeholders of the project are Germany, Bulgaria, Romania, Austria, Serbia, the Hanns-Seidl-Foundation and Europol. The project lead is the Police Headquarter in Munich (the Criminal Investigation Department).
Achievements: There has been a Police Chief Conference on Ministry of Interior Level from 3rd to 5th March 2015 in Germany as a kick-off-event. Besides two Expert Meetings have already been conductet - one in November 2015, one in April 2016. The third Expert Meeting is planned in October 2015 in Sofia. Besides the visit of some Serbian police officers in Munich is planned this year.

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Project Summary


Project name (EN): Danube Property Crime Project
Project acronym: DPCP

Project start date: 2015-02-01
Project end date: 2016-12-31
Project status: Closed

Total budget/expenditure: EUR 40.000,00

Project part of European Union Macro-Regional or Sea Basin Strategy: EUSDR
EUSDR Priority (Policy) area / Horizontal action: Priority Area 11 - To work together to tackle security and organised crime
EUSDR Degree of compliance: in line with the EUSDR

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Lead Partner (EN): Police Headquarters Munich
Lead Partner: Police Headquarters Munich
Address: Ettstraße 2, München, Germany
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