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CEPOL course on Excise Fraud has kicked off in Lisbon!

05 July 2022
Author: 
Guarda Nacional Republicana

The CEPOL course 27/2022 on Excise Fraud started yesterday in Lisbon, Portugal, and will run until 8 July 2022.

The School of Guard together with the Portuguese Guarda Nacional Republicana Fiscal Action Unit organises this training activity, under the umbrella of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL).

Corruption: fight it, win against it!

05 July 2022
Author: 
CEPOL National Unit, Romania

The CEPOL onsite course 95/2022 was organised by the Romanian Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Directorate General of Human Resources Management, in cooperation with the European Judicial Training Network (EJTN), between 21-24 June, in Bucharest, Romania. The overall aim of the activity was to enhance law enforcement capacity in the fight against corruption by using the international tools for prevention, investigation and prosecution, as well as dialogue with civil society, in order to create resistance to the corruption phenomenon.

News

CEPOL eLesson explains how carousel fraud works in the EU
09 August 2022

Carousel fraud is a major type of missing trader intra-community (MTIC) fraud, a type of tax fraud or tax evasion. Tax frauds significantly affect state budgets, and MTIC fraud causes a greater tax loss in the EU than any other type of fraud, estimated at EUR 60 billion per year.

CEPOL eLesson offers valuable insights to support victims of anti-Muslim hatred
03 August 2022

Anti-Muslim hatred and Islamophobia relate to a fear, prejudice or hostility towards Muslims. This hatred motivates a wide range of hate crimes against Muslims, from online hate speech, the vandalising of property to violent physical attacks. It is also widely expressed in various forms of...

CEPOL publishes training needs analysis on digital skills and the use of new technologies
29 July 2022

CEPOL has just released the Operational Training Needs Analysis on Digital Skills and the use of New Technologies for 2023-2025, responding to the need to continue equipping law enforcement professionals with advanced digital skills to meet the requirements of digitalisation of...

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