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23rd Working Group on Learning Meeting

07 November 2011

As stated in article 10.10 of CEPOL’s founding Council Decision “The Governing Board may decide, in cases of strict necessity to establish working groups to make recommendations, to develop and propose strategies, training concepts and tools, or to perform any other advisory task deemed necessary by the GB. The GB shall draw up the rules governing the creation and functioning of the working groups.”

Therefore the need for “permanent” working groups is being questioned and the current structure of the WGL will be re-considered for the future. It is...


CEPOL looks to the future with key partners

24 October 2011

To mark a decade of police cooperation through learning, CEPOL – the European Police College welcomed Mrs Véronique Mathieu, Member of the European Parliament, Stefano Manservisi, Director-General (DG HOME) of the European Commission, Ilkka Laitinen Director of Frontex, Michel Quillé Deputy-Director of Europol, Rafael Fernandez-Pita of the General Secretariat of Council of the European Union, Justice and Home Affairs, Radek Khol and Kenneth Deane EEAS, former and future Presidencies, representatives from international organisations and third countries and National Police...


Social Media and Policing Seminar

19 October 2011

CEPOL, the European Police College, is organising its first seminar on Social Media and Policing in Lisbon, Portugal from 24-28 October.

The seminar brings together senior police officers from across Europe to share knowledge and experience in using and dealing with the impact of social media in their own country.

Areas for discussion during the week-long seminar include:

  • Social media and engagement: The use of social media in the context of community policing
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