Organised crime is a threat to European citizens, businesses and state institutions – as well as the economy as a whole. Criminals operate across borders, and consistent European-level action is the most effective way to stop them. The Programme Prevention of and Fight against Crime (ISEC) supports such activities.
ISEC has a budget of EUR 600 million for the period 2007–13 and contributes to citizens’ security through projects that prevent and combat crime. Terrorism, human trafficking, child abuse, cybercrime, illicit drug and arms trafficking, corruption and fraud are a particular focus. The programme has four key strands:
The EU supports actions intended to increase operational cooperation (e.g. strengthening networking, mutual confidence and understanding, exchanging and disseminating information, experiences and best practices). Other funded activities include monitoring and evaluation, development and transfer of technology and methodology, training and exchanges and awareness-raising and dissemination.
In 2011 the Commission carried out a mid-term evaluation of the framework programme "Security and Safeguarding Liberties" and issued Commission Communication COM(2011)318 [78 KB] .
Proposals must be submitted through the PRIAMOS online system following the publication of an ISEC Call for Proposals.
Currently there are no ongoing calls for this fund/programme.
The recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or reception of persons, including the exchange or transfer ...
This programme contributes to citizens' security by preventing and combating crime, in particular terrorism...
Any actual or attempted abuse of a position of vulnerability, power differential or trust for sexual purposes, including, but not limited to, profiting monetarily, socially or politically from the sexual exploitation of another.
Activities of large-scale criminal and terrorist networks, including terrorism, international drugs trafficking, trafficking ...
The attempt to conceal or disguise the ownership or source of the proceeds of criminal activity and to integrate ...
Offences against the confidentiality, integrity and availability of computer data and systems (illegal access and ...
Unauthorized representation of a registered trademark carried on goods identical or similar to goods for which the ...
The abuse of power for private gain (in both the public and the private sector).