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On the way towards excellence

20 December 2010

The recent CEPOL SIRENE Advanced Training was hosted by the French Ecole Nationale Supérieure de la Police (Lyon) on 6-10 December 2010. This, the second advanced training course for SIRENE operators, brought together 29 participants from 25 Member States in the Schengen area.

The objective of the course was to create the first 'Factsheet” referring to article 95 of the Schengen agreement, as a practical tool for the operators dealing with European Arrest Warrants.

A Larger Europe

20 December 2010

The CEPOL conference ‘Police Cooperation with Neighbouring Countries’ took place in Rome on 1-3 December 2010.

The conference was attended by 49 representatives from 24 countries: Armenia, Austria, Bulgaria, Belarus, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, France, Georgia, Germany, Jordan, Italy, Lebanon, Moldova, the Palestinian Authority, Poland, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Turkey and the United Kingdom, as well as representatives from the European Commission, Frontex, OSCE and the PCC SSE Secretariat.

Future of Policing in Europe, an area of freedom, security and justice serving the citizen

09 December 2010

CEPOL’s TOPSPOC VIII course attracted 24 participants, mainly from the Member States, but also from Europol, Interpol, Norway and Iceland. Module 4, the final module in 2010, was held at Instituto Superior Polícia Judiciária e Ciências Criminais (ISPJCC), the Judiciary Police School at Loures, Portugal, on 22 -26 November 2010. Modules 1 to 3 were held in France, Estonia and Austria respectively during 2010.



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.

Our colleagues from the...

10 March 2020

Austrian Minister of the Interior personally welcomed the participants, trainers and experts of the CEPOL Course 61/2020 on “Pan European Football Security” at his office.

Last week the Federal Police Academy of the Ministry of the Interior in Austria implemented the...

22 January 2020

Terrorists use all possibilities internet provides for their criminal acts. Because of that, law enforcement officers need continuous training to conduct investigations successfully. The Police Academy of the Netherlands organised...



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