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CEPOL Presidency Handover meeting in Latvia

Latvian EU presidency logo
16 December 2014

On 16 December representatives from Italy, Latvia and CEPOL met in Riga to sign the document handing over the CEPOL Presidency from Italy to Latvia. The meeting took place at the premises of the State Police of Latvia. During this meeting the work carried out during the Italian CEPOL Presidency was analysed, and the tasks and priorities which are necessary to manage during the incoming Latvian presidency were also discussed. The Latvian presidency of the Council of the European Union starts on 1 January 2015.



First step in the implementation of CEPOL’s Master Programme

08 December 2014

On 9th December 2014, 12 European universities convened at the premises of the European Police College (CEPOL) in Budapest to sign a Framework Partnership Agreement to implement the European Joint Master Programme (EJMP), CEPOL’s first Master programme.

The EJMP is a two years part time programme and comprises 60 ECTS. It is the first EU academic programme aimed at addressing common challenges of police cooperation in the frame of internal security.

The programme aims at providing science-based competences in the field of International and European Police and law...


CEPOL signs Working Arrangement with Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina
03 December 2014

On 3rd December 2014, the European Police College (CEPOL) and the Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina have signed a Working Arrangement to enforce cooperation on law enforcement training. Bosnia and Herzegovina was represented by Deputy Minister of Security Ćavar and H.E. Ambassador Željko.

The signing of this Working Arrangement represents a milestone in bilateral relations. The purpose of this arrangement is to facilitate mutual cooperation in the field of training between CEPOL and the relevant training institutes in Bosnia and Herzegovina.





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