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Course Report: Cybercrime – Transition Internet Protocol IPv4 to IPv6

19 December 2012

‘Cybercrime – Transition Internet Protocol IPv4 to IPv6’ was the subject of a CEPOL course held in The Hague, The Netherlands from 17 – 18 December 2012.  The course was hosted at the European Cybercrime Centre at Europol’s headquarters.

Course Report: Training for SIRENE Officers

11 December 2012

The CEPOL course for SIRENE Officers (basic level) was held in Berne, Switzerland from 26 - 30 November 2012. The activity was developed and organised through a partnership between CEPOL and the Swiss Police institute and SIRENE Switzerland. The activity dealt with the basics of working in a SIRENE Bureau based on procedures and practices described in the SIRENE Manual and the ”Schengen Catalogue - Best Practices”.

Course Report: Cybercrime - Child Abuse in Cyberspace

15 November 2012

‘Cybercrime/Child Abuse in Cyberspace’ was the subject of a CEPOL course held in St Julian’s, Malta, between the 5th and 9th November 2012. The aim of the course was to provide the participants with an understanding of the underlying issues and concepts related to online child abuse and to better understand police cooperation possibilities and the international legal framework related to the subject.



27 June 2022

On Friday 17th of June, the first ever CEPOL course on “Countering Serious Organised Crime and Mafia-style Groups - Investigation Techniques” was successfully concluded at the Italian Interior Ministry’s Interagency Law Enforcement Academy of Advanced Studies in Rome. The aim of this...

24 June 2022

During an official event at the Slovene Police Academy, Mr Gerhard Haberler, from the Austrian Federal Police Academy, has been awarded the Golden Honorary Badge of the Slovene Police for cooperation.

During the handover ceremony, Mr Danijel Žibret, Assistant Director...



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