Introduction To Stability Policing for field commanders

Preserving a Crime Scene (PCS) in NATO Operations

Delivery method

Instructor-Led Training/one day and a half of practical training.

Target

The course is open to OF1 - OF3 and OR8 – OR9 from all services and civil servants from NATO, PfP, MD, ICI and other nations, as approved

Tuition

160 Euro

Seats Available

20

Security Clearance

not required

04 | 08 October 2021
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Aim of the Course

The course aims at providing attendees, who may run into a crime scene during operations, with basic knowledge on how to secure a crime scene until specialists can take over and conduct forensic investigation.

Delivery Method

NATO SP COE will organize the seventh edition of the course “preserving a crime scene in nato operations” on 4 – 8 october, 2021.

The course is certified as NATO APPROVED.

Application

The course is open for NATO, PfP, MD, ICI and other nations (NATO partners) as approved

The course “Preserving a Crime Scene in NATO Operations” is also available via the NATO ePRIME system what means the students from NATO partner nations can be reimbursed up to 100%.

The NATO Stability Policing Centre of Excellence actively encourages the participation of women to its activities, fully in line with United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000), which advocates for a wider role and contribution of the latter in field-based operations.

Course Duration: 5 days.
Number of seats available: 20.
Target audience: The course is open to OF1-OF3 and  OR8 – OR9
 from all services and civil servants from NATO, PfP, MD, ICI and other nations, as approved.
Security Clearance: not required.
Delivery method: Instructor-Led Training/one day and a half of practical training.
Tuition fee: 160 Euro. 

More information available at the NATO ETOC – Course Code LOP-LO-22030

Next date: 04 | 08 October 2021

Preserving a Crime Scene (PCS) in NATO Operations

ePrime Applicants
Information

Students from NATO partner Nations and partners across the globe are able to apply for NATO SP COE courses and get reimbursement up to 100% of their costs via the NATO ePRIME system.

ePRIME (Partnership Real-Time Information, Management and Exchange System) is NATO’s official management and education tool dedicated to enhance the development and review of the NATO cooperation frameworks. The system is based on the Internet based and password protected software.

The ePRIME Partnership Cooperation Menu includes the following countries and international cooperation programs:

  • The Partnership for Peace (PfP)
  • The Mediterranean Dialogue (MD)
  • The Istanbul Cooperation Initiative (ICI)
  • Military Training and Exercise Programme (MTEP)
  • Afghanistan, Australia, Iraq, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mongolia, New Zealand, Pakistan.

Access to ePRIME is restricted and subject to registration, you can request an account from your national ePRIME coordinator or the ePRIME database manager at the NATO HQ (prime@hq.nato.int).

https://prime.hq.nato.int/

It includes also these countries:

Afghanistan | Australia | Iraq | Japan | Republic of Korea | Mongolia | New Zealand | Pakistan

Access to ePRIME is restricted and subject to registration, you can request an account from your national ePRIME coordinator or the ePRIME database manager at the NATO HQ (prime@hq.nato.int). https://prime.hq.nato.int/