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Positive outcomes from pilot use of LimeSurvey

24 November 2010

Traditionally CEPOL carried out surveys and questionnaires such as course and trainer evaluations using paper-based methods. In order to explore possibilities to improve the design, implementation and analysis of these surveys, a pilot was carried out in cooperation with the Estonian Public Service Academy in which the online Open Source survey application LimeSurvey was used. During this pilot, the emphasis was on assessing how what the participants had learned at CEPOL courses, seminars and conferences implemented in 2009, was being applied in the workplace.

CEPOL Course Addresses Illegal Immigration

17 November 2010

CEPOL course entitled “Illegal Immigration” was held in Lognes, France on 19 - 22 October 2010. The French CEPOL Team at the National Police Sub-Department of Training and Development of Competences hosted and organised this CEPOL activity with substantial cooperation from the French Border Police Directorate, Bulgaria, Slovenia and Europol.

Human Rights Based Police Training: From Theory to Practice

09 November 2010

8-9 November, Vienna

The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) is hosting a workshop in partnership with the Association of European Police Colleges (AEPC) and the European Police College (CEPOL). The aim of this workshop is to look at existing practice and to assess needs for models, material and concepts to base police training on fundamental rights.



14 October 2019

From 23rd to 26th September the CEPOL residential activity 84/2019 with a topic of Radicalisation was held in Prague, the Czech Republic. The...

03 October 2019

CEPOL Course 53/2019 ‘’Train the trainers, Step 2’’ took place in Thessaloniki, Greece from 16 to 19 September 2019. This training was the continuation of the 1st step held in Nicosia from 8 to 12 July 2019. The overall aim of the course was to connect CEPOL and its network with a core of...



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