The Twinning project between Turkey and Spain has offered a series of seminars to complement the training of the Turkish Judicial School
The twinning project on training judges and prosecutors in Turkey, which has been in action for two years to complement the theoretical training of the Turkish Judicial School with a new system of professional practices, has organised a workshop on cybercrime.
Technological development and its associated legal risks feature more than ever on these community agendas, so this project has also identified these challenges in order to incorporate them into its dossier of practices.
In this context and, as a complement to the new professional internship system, the Twinning project financed by the European Union and managed by FIIAPP, has given a cycle of seminars on cybercrime and online crimes to more than 600 future judges and prosecutors. Spanish magistrates and prosecutors from the General Council of the Judiciary have participated in this activity: Their extensive experience guarantees that these workshops are in line with European regulations.
Given the current circumstances due to COVID19, the training course has been carried out electronically, with great success in terms of participation. Through the organisation of ten days of seminars distributed weekly over two months, the necessary information was provided on current European regulations on information technologies, cybercrime and their consequences on the legal system.