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Combating OCGs on Western Balkan routes

06 December 2017

The 2017 portfolios of CEPOL and European Judicial Training Network (EJTN) included two joint courses on migration. These two activities put the focus on investigative measures against organised criminal groups (OCGs) involved in migrant smuggling, as they were considered priorities in the EMPACT Facilitation of Immigration Operational Action Plan (OAP) for 2017.

Migration flows – combating OCGs on Mediterranean routes workshop

09 November 2017
Jean-Marie Fiquet

Thanks to a joint procurement with the Italian Centre of Excellence Altiero Spinelli, CEPOL and the European Judicial Training Network (EJTN) organised course 8/2017 “migration flows – combating OCGs on Mediterranean routes” at the University of Rome Tre, from Tuesday 17 October to Friday 20 October 2017.

Participants of a CEPOL Course 21/2017 helped to disclose criminal acts on child sexual exploitation.

26 October 2017
kom. Adrian Niemczuk-Gorgoń

‘Child sexual exploitation – victim identification’ was the subject of an international course organized in cooperation with Interpol and Europol at The School Police in Piła, Poland on
18 – 29 September.



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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