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CEPOL officially inaugurates its new headquarters in Budapest

CEPOL's new headquarters
06 November 2014

Today, the European Police College (CEPOL) inaugurates its new headquarters. The European Union agency, dedicated to providing training and learning to law enforcement officers, is now located in Budapest, Hungary. The brand new facilities will offer CEPOL the opportunity to host training activities and events and to continue facilitating the sharing of knowledge and best practice in law enforcement EU wide.

The inauguration event, preceded by a reception for guests and dignitaries at the Hungarian Parliament, will take place at CEPOL’s headquarters. The event’s programme features...

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Cooperation between CEPOL and the EIT in Budapest

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28 October 2014

The European Police College (CEPOL) and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) signed yesterday a Working Arrangement at the EIT Headquarters. Martin Kern, EIT Interim Director, stated: “I am pleased that we seamlessly identified areas of common interest and have already established good working relationships that will undoubtedly be beneficial to both of our organisations”.

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CEPOL visits Ukraine

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24 October 2014

CEPOL sent a delegation to Ukraine, to which the EU delegation was associated, to familiarise with the Ukrainian law enforcement education system in view of a possible stipulation of a working arrangement.

The CEPOL delegation visited the National Academy of the Ministry of Interior and, in particular, the Criminal and Public Order Department and related institutes

Representative of CEPOL also met with the Deputy Minister of Interior and representatives of the the EU Advisory Mission for Civilian Security Sector Reform Ukraine (EUAM Ukraine), the Common Security and Defence...

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