CEPOL course 73/2016 "International law enforcement cooperation - train the trainers"

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08 July 2016

From 4 to 8 July, Hungary hosted the CEPOL course 73/2016 "International law enforcement cooperation - train the trainers". During this activity, experts from Italy, Germany and Poland as well as from EUROPOL, FRONTEX and PCC-SEE shared their knowledge and experience about different fields and methods of law enforcement cooperation.

The course was addressed to trainers of police academies, universities and other law enforcement training institutions responsible for teaching international law enforcement cooperation and international criminal information exchange, as well as to officers from Single Points of Contact (SPOC).

Participants had to find possible solutions to difficulties they face in their everyday work. Workshops offered an opportunity for participants to share experiences and good practices and to highlight similarities and differences between countries in this field.

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