15th Annual Programme Committee Meeting

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05 October 2009

Summary

3-4 September 2009

St. Julians, Malta

The 15th Annual Programme Committee (APC) was held in St. Julians, Malta on 3-4 September 2009.

The Swedish Presidency announced that it is working on the development of the Stockholm Programme and that the five-year evaluation of CEPOL has been discussed at the Troika meeting with conclusions to be presented to the Governing Board.

The Annual Programme Committee discussed the following main items:

  • Proposal for Training Cooperation with China. The APC’s view is to be forwarded to the Strategy Committee.
  • Activity Report and Statistics of CEPOL courses and seminars for the first half year of 2009. A letter is to be sent to the Governing Board for information based on these findings.
  • The possible forms and flexibility available in using and implementing the Common Curricula developed by CEPOL
  • The Exchange Programme and the impact that the Stockholm Programme will have on it.
  • The development of e-learning modules and the support provided to CEPOL activities with e-Net’s Learning Management System (LMS)
  • The approach to the development and accreditation of the four-module course ‘International Police Cooperation’ for 2010.
  • The Draft Work Programme 2010 and the Opinion of the Commission there upon.
  • Draft Calendar of courses and seminars for 2010. A call for proposals is issued to fill the missing organiser and supporter slots.
  • The proposal for CEPOL to have a position in the preparation and training of police officers for international civilian crisis management missions, under the Commission’s Crisis Preparedness project for the Instrument for Stability (IfS)
  • The utility of the e-Net’s Document Management System (DMS). A policy paper and manual regarding the use of the DMS are being developed and will be distributed by the Secretariat.

Proposals to the Governing Board:

The APC proposes that the Governing Board start discussions with the Commission on CEPOL’s position in the Crisis Preparedness Project under the Instrument for Stability.

Contact

Office address

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1066 Budapest
Ó utca 27
Hungary

Correspondence address

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1903 Budapest
Pf.314
Hungary

Email address

Telephone: +36 1 803 8030/8031

Fax: +36 1 803 8032