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CEPOL supporting the EU Policy Cycle 2014-2017

14 October 2013

The autumn 2013 is a high season for the EU Policy Cycle. There are still the on-going actions from eight Operational Action Plans 2013 contributing to the ‘old’ priorities; however, the Council of Justice and Home ministers set in June 2013 the ‘new’ priorities for the fight against serious and organised crime envisaged for 2014-2017. During 2012 CEPOL presented to COSI a comprehensive portfolio of learning activities to be implemented in close cooperation with the European Commission, General Secretariat of the Council and Europol. Built on the experience from a CEPOL pilot course ‘EU...


Public Order Safeguarded

09 October 2013

Public security and safety of citizens are tasks which are expected to be safeguarded by the state. It is not an easy mission itself and it becomes even more difficult during the major events with massive concentration of people. Recent changes in the society when the financial and existential uncertainty has a great impact on radicalisation of people who do not see any hope in near future, has made this issue more actual. Therefore the professionals from the EU and Interpol had an opportunity to meet in the Czech Republic to exchange their knowledge and best practice in this field during...


The international dimension of law enforcement cooperation: The Lithuanian Presidency conference

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27 September 2013

On 17-19 September 2013, the Lithuanian CEPOL Presidency hosted a conference on Eastern Partnership Law Enforcement Cooperation in Vilnius. The conference brought together stakeholders from European Union (EU) institutions, the EU Member States and Eastern Partnership countries with the aim of enhancing closer cooperation between the law enforcement institutions of the EU and Eastern Partnership countries.

The conference covered different aspects of cooperation with particular attention given to the fight against organized crime, drugs, cybercrime and smuggling.





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