37 on-site CEPOL training activities will be implemented through grants in 2021

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37 on-site CEPOL training activities will be implemented through grants in 2021
17 February 2021

CEPOL implements a vast amount of training activities, including courses, seminars and conferences, through the annual allocation of grants to Framework Partners selected via a restricted Call for Proposals published every four years.

A Call for Proposals for grant agreements for the implementation of onsite training activities in 2021 was launched in October 2020, inviting CEPOL Framework Partners to select specific training activities and submit their applications, either individually or as a part of a consortium. As part of this call, 45 on-site activities were offered for grant applications, mainly in the areas of serious organised crime, law enforcement technologies, public order, CSDP missions, fundamental rights, leadership and other skills.

Following the evaluation of the 73 applications received, CEPOL made public last week the list of beneficiaries and the corresponding activities to be implemented this year by Framework Partners through CEPOL grants. More precisely, 37 on-site training activities –supported through grants amounting to a total of EUR 1,075,22 –will be implemented by CEPOL Framework Partners in 2021.

This call was based on CEPOL’s Preliminary Work Programme 2021, as presented in the draft Single Programming Document 2021-2023 and the List of Activities for 2021 approved by the CEPOL Management Board.

Framework Partners: working closely with CEPOL

The agency finalised last year the call to establish 4-year Framework Partnership agreements for the implementation of training activities and announced the selection of 56 law enforcement organisations and training and research institutions across 27 EU Member States. These 56 new Framework Partners will be working closely with the agency for the development and implementation of training activities and learning products until 2024. Through continuous and effective cooperation with these partners, CEPOL contributes to the implementation of a specialised training offer available to more than 1.5 million law enforcement officers in the EU.


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