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Calls for Internal Security Fund – Police

Part of the ISF Police fund is managed by the Commission (direct and indirect management) through Union Actions, which include Calls for Proposals, Procurement, Direct Awards and Delegation Agreements.

Ongoing Calls for Proposals

  • Call for proposals for drugs 2020 |  Deadline: 18/03/2021
The present Call for Proposals aims at funding projects on better law enforcement in the area of illicit drug trafficking.

Project applications submitted under the present call for proposals must address at least one of the following priorities:

  1. to support activities in the area of epidemiology of use of new psychoactive substances, including potent synthetic opioids, as well as emerging drug problems (notably on challenges related to cocaine and heroin use) and technological developments, including online trade of drugs;
  2. to support the civil society organisations by reinforcing their (i) advocacy function, (ii) capacity to make a difference at the local level, (iii) best practice sharing methods;
  3. to support key stakeholders by expanding their knowledge and skills in the context of implementing minimum quality standards in drug demand reduction (also on development of tools which would allow to measure possible improvements), particularly in the area of social integration and vulnerable groups;
  4. to promote practical application of drug-related research, and, in particular, addiction research with a view of addressing current challenges and new threats.

More information here and here.


  • Call for proposals on cybercrimeDeadline: 25/02/2021

The present Call for Proposals aims at funding projects on fighting cybercrime, child sexual abuse and including digital investigations.

More information here.


  • Call for proposals on the fight against corruptionDeadline: 25/02/2021

The call for proposals will fund activities supporting the fight against corruption in budgeting and public procurement at local levels, risk assessment and prevention of corruption in sectors with high corruption risks, prevention of the use of financial and professional services for corruption and for laundering proceeds of corruption, activities offering support for civil society and citizens to expose corrupt practices, activities supporting and providing legal aid and technical assistance for whistle-blowers, as well as research on methodology aiming at exposing corruption in law making and law enforcement.

More information here.