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CEPOL external policy: from proactivity to results

09 November 2010

The 14th External Relations Working Group (ERWG) meeting took place in Lisbon, Portugal, on 2-3 November 2010. In the presence of seven members of the ERWG, the Belgian Presidency, two observers from the EU, Cyprus and Greece, two candidate countries, Croatia and Turkey, two new partners to be, Georgia and the Secretariat of the Police Cooperation Convention for Southeast Europe (PCC SEE), the ERWG met for the third and last time in 2010.

The external relations policy was adjusted to be consistent with the new priorities for CEPOL...

Inter-agency Collaboration on Bio-terrorism

03 November 2010

Sixty bio-terrorism prevention and training experts from around the world gathered on 27-28 October 2010 at the Ecole Nationale Superieure de la Police to take part in Interpol’s Prevention of Bioterrorism Curriculum Workshop for National Police Academies.

The goal of this two-day workshop was the development of a common curriculum for bio-terrorism prevention training that could be integrated into standard training at police academies worldwide. The curriculum would build on the experience of experts from the 22 countries represented, as well as the...


CEPOL's e-Net supports Bulgarian Schengen Learning Programme

27 October 2010

Support from CEPOL's e-Net for the Bulgarian Schengen learning programme went live during October. Based on the traditional training sessions carried out in Bulgaria, the first Schengen evaluation in an online learning environment was implemented. With the Bulgarian Schengen online learning programme, over 2,000 Bulgarian police officers have the possibility to access key information on 12 selected topics, including Border Control, Police Cooperation, Visa, Illegal Immigration, Trafficking of Human Beings, SIRENE and the Schengen Information System (SIS). ...




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