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Sectors: Information, Justice - Security, Transport

Regions: European Union

Category: Call for proposals

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Eligible countries: EU Member States, except United Kingdom and Denmark

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Funds for: Supporting the exchange of passenger name record (PNR) data
Main beneficiaries: Public bodies

Responsible: European commission

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Funds for: Supporting the exchange of passenger name record (PNR) data 
Main beneficiaries: Public bodies

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Objectives
* To support the exchange of passenger name record (PNR) data in the European Union (EU) by funding training and awareness raising actions on PNR for staff of the Passenger Information Units in the EU Member States and, as an addition to those, for law enforcement personnel in the Western Balkan countries

Priorities
* Improving law enforcement information exchange by strengthening the ability of the personnel of Member States’ PIUs to:
– Effectively process, analyse and use PNR data (as a necessary step for sharing PNR data); 
– Exchange all relevant and necessary PNR data with the PIUs of other Member States and with Europol, by using the technical solutions available for this purpose

Among financed actions
* Training:
– Planning, coordination and implementation of activities aimed at the creation of a national PNR capability, including legislative, operational and technical preparedness;
– The creation, adaptation, testing and validation of models and criteria used in the context of the automated processing of PNR data and in the exchange of PNR data among PIUs;
– The comparison of PNR data against databases relevant for the purposes of preventing, detecting, investigating and prosecuting terrorist offences and serious crime;
– The analysis of PNR data for the purpose of updating or creating new criteria to be used in the assessments;
– The individual review by non-automated means of positive matches resulting from the automated processing of PNR data to verify whether the competent authorities needs to take action under national law;
– The exchange of PNR data in individual cases at national, European or international level
* Awareness-raising activities

Additional information

* This call for proposal is an open call for proposals

* Initial duration of the project: no more than 24 months  

Eligibility
* Be  transnational involving at least 2 entities established in 2 different Member States participating in the ISF Police instrument or at least one Member State participating in the ISF Police instrument and one third country

– Candidates projects shall seek EU co-funding of more than 250 000 euro;

– Union agencies can be neither Applicants nor Co-applicants