CEPOL Learning Management System temporarily unavailable

21 November 2020

CEPOL Learning Management System (LEEd) is temporarily unavailable.

We are mindful of the inconveniences that the application of a shutdown protocol to LEEd may have caused on our users, partners and close collaborators.

CEPOL continues to work to re-establish its Learning Management System with the maximum security safeguards. A full restoration of the system is...

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Residential training despite the pandemic: lessons from Malta

09 October 2020

Organising a residential activity in times of coronavirus has proved to be more challenging than ever before. Planning and preparedness is greater –as it is the responsibility over the well-being of participants. First and foremost, safety is the main priority.

Latest edition of the European Law Enforcement Research Bulletin is out!

The latest edition of the European Law Enforcement Research Bulletin, Issue Nr. 19 of Winter/Spring 2020, is now fully published and available for download.

This issue includes a conference address from the Executive Director of Europol, Ms Catherine de Bolle, underlying the importance the development of stronger ties between the law enforcement and academic communities.

News

21 November 2020

CEPOL Learning Management System (LEEd) is temporarily unavailable.

We are mindful of the inconveniences that the application of a shutdown...

20 November 2020

The EU’s Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) agencies are stepping up their mutual cooperation on digitalisation. Earlier today, the Heads of JHA Agencies came together for a virtual annual...

18 November 2020

CEPOL is participating today and tomorrow in the virtual conference ‘Bridging the present...

17 November 2020

We are looking for an E-Learning Project Officer (FGIII) to strentgthen our team in Budapest.

The E-Learning project officer shall support the implementation of e-learning training activities for the...

Contact

Office address

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1066 Budapest
Ó utca 27
Hungary

Correspondence address

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1903 Budapest
Pf.314
Hungary

Email address

Telephone: +36 1 803 8030/8031

Fax: +36 1 803 8032

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