Security Programme Management Group discusses the evolution of the CEP
23 June 2022 - The CEP roadmap 2022-2024 developed by the CEP Management Group over the past months was endorsed at the recent meeting of the ECAC Security Programme Management Group, chaired by Gunnar Ljungberg (DGCA Sweden) in his capacity as ECAC Focal Point for Security. The roadmap will now be presented to Directors General for adoption at their next meeting in Sorrento (DGCA/71(SP), 25-27 August 2022). CEP funding was also discussed, with the objective of ensuring the CEP long-term sustainability.
The meeting also approved a series of documents, including: amendments to the Terms of Reference and Rules of Procedure of ECAC security groups; amendments to the ECAC Aviation Security Audit Methodology; guidelines for States wishing to join the ECAC Behaviour Detection Study Group (BDSG) on how to present their behaviour detection programmes; a checklist for assessing the behaviour detection programme of a State wishing to join the BDSG; and new best practices for efficiency in aviation security training.