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GDPR for Law Enforcement Bodies 2 & 3 April1,250.00

Dates and Times


Two-day course
Day one: Tuesday 2 April, 9.30am to 4.30pm
Day two: Wednesday 3 April, 9.30am to 4.30pm

With a growing focus on the General Data Protection Regulations it is vital that every organisation increase their knowledge of GDPR requirements. In addition to these requirements it is important for organisations who have a law enforcement function to understand both GDPR and the Data Protection Directive which establishes data protection standards in the area of criminal offences and penalties. This is known as the law enforcement Directive.

This course examines the overlap and differences in content, context, and principles between the GDPR and the Directive, as well as considering the draft enabling legislation for the Directive in the context of recent Court of Justice of European Union rulings.

 

Certification


This course is accredited by the Institute of Commercial Management (ICM). Attendees who complete and pass the course assessment will receive an  ICM Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Training Award.

 

Course Tutors


This PAI Certificate course is run in association with Castlebridge Associates, one of the country’s leading consultancy groups for privacy, data protection and information management. Our courses are constantly reviewed and developed to ensure they stay relevant and current.

 

Dr. Katherine O’Keefe, co-author of Ethical Data and Information Management: Concepts, Tools, and Methods, is a leading expert in Data Privacy and Information Ethics with Castlebridge. Katherine has worked on a range of projects for clients in sectors as diverse as the non-profit sector, airlines, telecommunications, transport, and education. She lectures on Information Ethics at the Law Society of Ireland and is a contributor to Information Ethics Research at the Adapt Centre at Trinity College Dublin.

 

Tailored Training


All of our open programmes can also be run on an in-house basis. For more information, see our page on In-House Training.