The purpose of the event is to present you with the latest developments of the e-Evidence Digital Exchange System (eEDES) and its front-end Reference Implementation Portal and where it stands with regards to the ongoing work on the digitalisation of cross-border judicial cooperation procedures. Furthermore, possible approaches towards the adoption of the system are to be shared with the audience deriving from the real-life experience of some piloting Member States. Contextualizing on the use of the eEDES, the TREIO Project has developed a Reference Training Framework on the European Investigation Order implementation. TREIO tools, offered in several languages, include a comprehensive set of training materials that could be tailored to both professionals seeking in-depth training on EIO and professionals with extensive day-to-day experience in this judicial cooperation instrument, guidelines to each training session providing suggestions for carrying out the training, detailed information and additional references on the content covered and hands-on activities to activate learning on the eEDES, self-paced e-learning course based on TREIO training materials and providing for real-time training modalities via the eEDES Simulator, and an eEDES Simulator of the EIO business flow (with customised auto-responder) and a full e-CODEX infrastructure to provide realistic message flows among trainees.
The event aims to bring together decision-making professionals from central authorities, courts and prosecutor’s offices responsible for the European Investigation Orders (EIO) implementation on Member State level, as well as high-ranking officials, project managers and heads of IT departments supporting them in the process – to collectively share knowledge and experience and discuss recommended ways forward on the EU-wide application of the existing supporting tools. You are invited to forward the present invitation to all training institutions, judicial bodies and/or judicial cooperation professionals involved in training on national level that could be interested in the topics presented.
The working language of the event is English. The event is to be recorded for further reference and will be made available after the event.
To register for the event, fill in this form: https://forms.gle/232WZTE7R1U8jTP1A, by no later than Friday, 14th July 2023, 18:00 CET.
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