2022 CEPOL Research and Science Conference

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06 May 2022

Registrations for our next edition of the CEPOL Research & Science Conference that will take place in Vilnius (Lithuania) from 8-10 June, will remain open until 13 May 2022.

The European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL) and Mykolas Romeris University are jointly organising this year’s conference entitled ‘Preparing Law Enforcement for the Digital Age’, a flagship event within the framework of CEPOL's Justice and Home Affairs Agencies Network presidency .

The Conference is open to officials of European law enforcement organisations and to qualified scholars from universities and research institutions, actively working with law enforcement institutions. This year the conference will take place at the premises of the Mykolas Romeris University in Vilnius and the plenary sessions will be livestreamed.

Around 70 papers, presentations and live demonstrations will offer valuable insights and spark lively discussions about the impact of new ground-breaking technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence, on the work and cooperation of law enforcement officials across Europe and beyond.

The Conference programme includes the following topics and tracks:

  • Training and education of law enforcement officials IN and FOR the Digital Age
  • Challenges of Artificial Intelligence for law enforcement in the Digital Age
  • Challenges for Cross-Agency and Cross-Border Cooperation and Coordination in the Digital Age
  • Challenges of Fundamental Rights and Civic Expectations towards law enforcement and law enforcement officials in the Digital Age

There is no conference fee, but prior registration and approval by the organisers is obligatory. If you would like to join us onsite, you can register until 13 May via the dedicated conference page.

Should you require more information, please contact the conference organising team at: Conference2022@cepol.europa.eu

CEPOL Research and Science Conferences

Since 2003, the CEPOL Research & Science Conferences provide a stimulating intellectual environment that brings together ideas and perspectives of practitioners, trainers and educators in policing and other areas of law enforcement, with researchers and academic scholars from Europe and the international sphere. Participants of this forum can inform and be informed about new scientific findings, ongoing research projects and challenges for police and policing. Papers discussed during CEPOL Research and Science Conferences are published in a special Conference edition, so that ideas and knowledge can be shared within the law enforcement community, fostering and facilitating broader discussions and becoming a source of inspiration for the future.



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