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Course report: From Facebook slander to national security threats

16 May 2013

The Internet has completely changed the way we meet and communicate on an everyday basis. But the borderless world on the Internet has at the same time enhanced new criminal possibilities and the concept of vulnerability has developed in ways that were unknown just a few decades ago. Not least is the Internet-related legislation experiencing a strenuous time as the cybercrime developments are far ahead of the legislative measures.

Course report: Money laundering

16 May 2013

Italy hosted CEPOL course 26/2013 “Money Laundering” on 14-19 April 2013. The activity was held in Rome’s Inter-agency College for Advanced Studies, the “Scuola di Perfezionamento per le Forze di Polizia”.

2013 Police Research and Science conference now open for registrations

07 May 2013

The economic crisis and financial constraints have deep and far reaching consequences for living standards and cohesion of societies and by that also affected policing in many states. Additional challenges for the police services have come up with the new media and their wide range of implications on everyday policing, criminality and major events. Use of powers, police accountability and legitimacy being sensitive indicators for quality of democracies and governance in general these questions under the new conditions have to be analysed even more carefully.

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19 September 2019

CEPOL Course 18/2019 on Drug Trafficking Via Mail System takes place in Tallinn, Estonia from 17 to 19 September 2019.

The need for such a training raises...

13 August 2019

The Hungarian Police Education and Training Centre organised five two-day symposiums for dog professionals in the first half of 2019 as activities of Kynopol, the EU network for service dog professionals.

The activities were supported by the Internal Security Fund and...

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