This subcommittee focuses on improving access to EPPO regulation and principles through the development of the VR game.
It uses virtual reality technology to examine problematic situations that the prosecutor often has to deal with, to visualise the perspective of those involved in the investigation, and ultimately to lead to the prosecution, to verify the merits of the charge formulated by the prosecuting DPE.
The player can choose any actor involved in the prosecution of the EPPO, which makes this game interesting because it can also be proposed as training for magistrates, lawyers, and judicial police.
Senior Manager of the Office for International Judicial Cooperation, and a senior trainer in EPO training courses for projects co-funded by the European Commission
Author: Raffaele Prettato Subcommittee: Game Date: 27/11/2022 As it is known, the main aim of the Game Subcommittee is to enhance access to the Program and knowledge about the EPPO through the development of a VR game. For that reason, a new collaboration with the...
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