The training aims at
- developing common solution regarding identification of foreign fighters(FF),
- creating an intelligence picture of foreign fighter based on travelling routes to/from conflict zones
- Identifying risks at borders and gaps in exercising operational measures in order to prevent movements of FF
- Improving cooperation between judicial and law enforcement authorities and agencies in cross-border CT cases.
The training will have as experts representatives of CEPOL, Eurojust, Europol delivering a series of sessions and workshops on review of investigative techniques and evidentiary challenges in terrorism cases with the particular focus on the use of intelligence as evidence, digital evidence, and its admissibility in criminal proceedings; analyze possibilities how to tackle internet use for fighters’ recruitment purposes, as well as search, collect and preserve electronic evidence related to radicalisation and recruitment of fighters; share experience on common understanding and application of SIS for CT purposes, in particular, the use of Article 36 of the SIS II Decision in detecting and addressing suspicious travel (especially the use “immediate reporting “action and the type of offence).
EJTN – Judges and Prosecutors dealing with fighting terrorism, extreme violence, radicalization.
All applications must be submitted through the candidates' national EJTN member institution.
Upon invitation by EJTN, participants register via EJTN online platform to which they receive access.
After the event, reimbursement is processed via EJTN online platform.
Terms and conditions of participation
Frequently Asked Questions
Number of participants:
10 judges and prosecutors funded by the EJTN
Deadline for applications: