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Crisis Management – Emergency Planning and Response

06 July 2010

Over the past few years, law enforcement authorities in Europe have become increasingly concerned over active shooters especially school shootings. The horrendous nature of these crimes, with multiple casualties and young victims are traumatic for the whole community. It is increasingly important to carryout preventive work and have the right response plans in place.

Police Cooperation and Europol Seminar

30 June 2010

The MoJLE International Training and Civilian Crisis Management Centre in Budapest was the venue for CEPOL seminar 2010/34 “Police Cooperation and Europol”. Organised by the Hungarian CEPOL team, the event attracted 23 participants from 13 Member States on 31 May – 4 June 2010.

The aim of the seminar was to raise participant’s awareness of services and products offered to Member States by Europol, and exchange and improve their professional skills in the fight against cross-border crime.

Belgian Police in Cooperation with CEPOL Tackle Waste Trafficking at a European Level

30 June 2010

Waste trafficking and the overall problem of waste transport are matters that should be of concern to every one. Fraudulent individuals gain profit from breaking the rules, at the expense of society, the economy, the environment and above all of public health. Nowadays environmental crimes are clearly linked with organised crime due to the vast profits.

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30 January 2019

Under the umbrella of the KYNOPOL project, the international scientific-professional conference on 'Improving Law Enforcement Canine Capability to combat shared European current and emerging threats' was held in Budapest on 16-17 October 2018...

13 November 2018

CEPOL and EUROPOL, supported by the Portuguese Guarda Nacional Republicana (GNR) through the Escola da Guarda (School of Guard), organized a conference/seminar and training session attended by 75 CBRN...

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