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Visit of High Studies Police, Justice & Corporate Security

23/10/2014

On 23 October, auditors from the Fifth Session of High Studies Police, Justice & Corporate Security, organised by the European Corporate Security Association (ECSA), visited Eurojust. The group was welcomed by Mr Ladislav Hamran, Vice-President of Eurojust. A presentation on Eurojust was made by Mr Peter Gouwy, Acting Head of the Case Analysis Unit, and Ms Mieke de Vlaminck, Analyst at the Case Analysis Unit.

The High Studies Police, Justice & Corporate Security are organised by ECSA, together with the Belgian National College for Senior Police Officers, the Institute for Judicial Training, the Universities of Gent and Liège and the Federation of Enterprises in Belgium. Participants are high-level Belgian and Dutch police officers, magistrates, officials from Belgian State Security, military intelligence, National Security Authority, Customs, and corporate security directors.

After the visit, Mr Yvan De Mesmaeker, Secretary General of ECSA, commented: It is always a pleasure to visit Eurojust and witness the dynamism and professionalism of this organisation. At ECSA, we look forward to continuing and further strengthening our excellent relationship with Eurojust’.

ECSA is a non-profit organisation founded in 2005, after brainstorming with the heads of security of major corporations and with Justice & Home Affairs experts from Eurojust, Europol and the EU institutions. Its objectives are focused on corporate security and include providing its members with a trusted forum for sharing common issues and experiences, information and education, networking with co-members and third parties, liaising and promoting synergy with relevant academic, research, scientific, public and private organisations and associations and stimulating public-private cooperation. ECSA members are managers in charge of security at major corporations, EU and international organisations and institutions. The Board of ECSA is composed of representatives of the academic, public and corporate sectors. For additional information on ECSA: www.ecsa-eu.org.


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