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CEPOL’s EU-STNA report identifies strategic training needs for European law enforcement to address Europe’s internal security threats

CEPOL’s EU-STNA report identifies strategic training needs for European law enforcement to address Europe’s internal security threats
23 November 2018

Insufficient expertise in the areas of open source intelligence, financial investigations or e-evidence are just a few from the list of identified core capability gaps among EU’s law enforcement*, which need to be addressed by training. It would strengthen EU’s response against internal security threats, while helping to safeguard the EU values – calls the EU-STNA report of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL) presented this week in the Council of the European Union.

The Strategic Training Needs Assessment (...

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12 December 2018

We strongly condemn the act of violence at the heart of the European integration and France. Together at CEPOL, we pay tribute to those killed and seriously injured.

On behalf of all of us involved in training European of law enforcement community, we express a message of...

CEPOL Exchange Programme stakeholders take stock of CEP 2018 implementation and plan the year ahead
11 December 2018

Over 500 law enforcement officials from 40 participating countries (including 12 non-EU) took part this year in the CEPOL’s flagship Exchange Programme (CEP). This Erasmus-style initiative allows law enforcement officials to spend one week with a counterpart in their country, exchanging...

In-Service training on ‘International Cooperation in relation to the Financial Investigations of Organized Crime and Tax Evasion’ takes place in Skopje
07 December 2018

After the successful implementation of the national courses in Pristina and Tirana, the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL), within the framework of the Western Balkans Financial Investigation In-Service Training 2017-2019 (FI Project)1,...

Next MFF. Strengthening law enforcement training can benefit strategic investment in European security
06 December 2018

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL) is a frontline actor in contributing to internal security of the EU through capacity building and training efforts. It bears responsibility for topics identified by the Austrian Presidency’s document on 'Priorities for...

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