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Danish Presidency sees in the New Year

22 December 2011

Dear Colleagues,

On the 1st of January 2012 Denmark took over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union. The Danish Presidency logo holds a dual symbolism between 1 and 2, reflecting both the six months’ duration of the Presidency and the dynamic nature of EU cooperation.

The intention of the Danish Presidency is to focus the work of the Governing Board on the implementation of current decisions and projects under development.

It will be our overall aim to secure the continuity of...

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Issue 06 of European Police Science and Research Bulletin now available

14 December 2011

The 6th issue of the CEPOL European Police Science and Research Bulletin has been published and is now ready for download.

The `winter-edition` features an article about Problem-Oriented-Policing in Malmo, Sweden as well as reports about the police's use of social media tools as a form of communication, perception of crime and the GODIAC project. This issue also contains essays by Stefano Failla, External Relations Officer - CEPOL and Risto Honkonen, Head of Research at the Finish Police College respectively addressing the Evolution of the Home...

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CEPOL signs cooperation agreement with Georgia

14 December 2011

A cooperation agreement between CEPOL, the European Police College and the Police Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia was signed in Tiblisi on 12 December 2011.

The official ceremony took place at the Ministry of Internal Affairs Academy, in the presence of dignitaries from the government of Georgia and the Delegation of the European Union to Georgia, as well as representatives. The agreement was signed by CEPOL Director Dr Ferenc Bánfi; Chair of the CEPOL Governing Board, Ms Eliza Wojicik and Director of the MIA Academy of...

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