Policing in Europe: preparing students for successful police cooperation

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30 July 2014

"Policing in Europe", launched in 2011, is a multi-module CEPOL activity and covers the legal and operational aspects of international police cooperation. This semi academic activity requires participants to pass three 3000 word assignments, written in English, on different topics related to international police cooperation.

In 2013 24 participants from 21 countries, including 1 participant from Interpol, took part in this activity. Of these participants, 17 successfully submitted their assignments and have now received a certificate in recognition of their hard work. Congratulations from CEPOL to these students.

In 2014 “Policing in Europe” is being run in this format for the final time. In 2015 CEPOL will replace it with a fully academic joint European Master’s programme.


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