”Septimiu Mureșan” Police School Cluj-Napoca (Romania), Rhineland-Palatinate Police University (Germany) and Public Order Technical School from Miskolc (Hungary) have met in Miskolc, from 13th to 16th of June, for the second transnational meeting „Guiding the guide - an European approach of police internship” (TRIDENT Project), financed within Erasmus+ program. The activities had a triple purpose. The ones regarding management and implementation included a presentation of the stage of creating the seven intellectual outputs of the project and an update of the financial situation, and also an analyses of the proposal for extending the period of project implementation until March, the 31st, 2023. Two of the intellectual outputs are finished, in English, Romanian and Hungarian: O1 - ”Basic elements of the Occupational Standard for tutors” and O4 - ”Internship Guide”. Other two are close to be finished: O2 - “Study Program for the qualification of professional tutors” (project) and O3 - ” Educational Curriculum for tutor’s professional training” (project). The creation of outputs O5 - ”Tutor’s Internship Guide” and O6 - ”Student’s Internship Guide” is in progress. O7 - ”TRIDENT Educational Platform” - was created and it is in continuous updating. The second purpose of the meeting was to record in common educational study cases of police intervention in case of finding a package with a substance suspected to be drugs and in case of noticing an unconscious person in a public space (including performing CPR). The study cases will be a part of the virtual library existing on TRIDENT Platform, being created and visualized using modern devices purchased within the project (360o video cameras, drone, VR glasses). The participation of the three partners at the multiplier event ”Police internship - tutor’s professional training, a key element in study at work place”, organized by the hosting school between 15th and 16th of June, was the third purpose of this gathering. The representatives of Cluj-Napoca police school gave a presentation on “The opportunities offered by VR/360o glasses in education”. 55 participants were present, representing the Hungarian Ministry of Interior, Hungarian police units (Human Resource Departments, internship coordinators and tutors), representatives of local and county public authorities, NGO’s, journalists, and other police educational institutions from Romania (besides the one in Cluj-Napoca) and Slovakia.