Call for proposals 2016 in the area of organised crime of the Internal Security Fund - Police ISFP-2018-AG-OC Closed!


The fight against organised crime is one priority for action at EU level towards an effective and genuine Security Union. Organised crime has huge human, social and economic costs in the European Union. In addition, organised crime has clear links with the other priorities for action (terrorism and cybercrime). Organised crime is a key enabler of terrorism, allowing terrorists to acquire weapons and financial means. In recent years, the EU policy cycle has helped improve cooperation between Member States and contributed to creating trust among the relevant actors. Tackling organised crime implies support for action in various areas, among others in the area of environmental crime and firearms trafficking. Accordingly, two open calls to tackle challenges in the area of the fight against trafficking in firearms and environmental crime are foreseen.


The topics are covered under this call:

  • ISFP-2018-AG-OC-ENV: Delitos ambientales.
  • ISFP-2018-AG-OC-FIRE: Tráfico de armas de fuego

European community funding

The Community provisional funding available for the call for proposals is:

  • 3,50 Million EUR (Global Budget)

All the important deadlines

  • 14 February 2019 - 2 years ago (Deadline for the presentation of proposals)

Further information about the call

Official webpage of the call

Useful documents

  • Call for Proposals (Legal base)
  • Call for Proposals (Other)

Organisations eligible to participate

Opened to the following bodies or institutes with legal status established in the covered areas:

  • Local authorities
  • Regional authorities
  • National authorities

Covered areas

Bodies or institutes must have their registered legal seat in one of the countries taking part in the Programme which are:

  • European Union (EU)

Directorate-Generale responsible

Directorate-General for Justice, Freedom and Security

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