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Getting Organised against Organised Crime

09 December 2010

CEPOL course “Southeast Europe Organised Crime Organisations - OCTA Related” was organised by the Romanian Ministry of Administration and Interior, General Directorate of Human Resources Management on 8-11 November 2010. Taking into consideration the fact that threats of organised crime are a real challenge for police officers in the Member States, the aim of the course was particularly to deepen the cooperation between specialists involved in combating this phenomenon.

Course Held on Fraud and Confiscation of Assets

08 December 2010

Legal and organisational tools for tracing, seizing and confiscating assets, as well as the latest types of fraud, are some of the topics covered in a CEPOL course held in Riga, Latvia on 4-8 October 2010. Twenty three participants from 15 countries took active part in the seminar, exchanging experiences and examples of good practice associated with fighting fraud and recovering assets.

Domestic Violence - International Aspects & Experiences

08 December 2010

Hosted by the Cyprus Police Academy, CEPOL course 'Domestic Violence International Aspects & Experiences' attracted 21 representatives from 15 Member States and CEPOL Associated countries to Nicosia in Cyprus on 8-11 November 2010.



03 December 2019

In view of the fast development of financial crimes, law enforcement bodies are in need to improve their knowledge of the European regulations on money laundering and terrorist financing. Therefore, it is necessary to be familiar with the requirements of the revised recommendations of the...

20 November 2019

CEPOL Course 08/2019 on ‘’Protection of THB Victims’’ took place in Heraklion, Crete, Greece from 04 to 08 November 2019.This training was organised for the...



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