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PCC SEE delegation visits CEPOL

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28 May 2015

On 27 May 2015, a delegation from the PCC SEE Thematic Working Group on Police Education and Training visited CEPOL’s Headquarters. The group met this week in Budapest to identify needs for development of competences and skills in the field of police cooperation.

The Police Cooperation Convention for Southeast Europe (PCC SEE) entered into force in 2007 to improve strategic police cooperation in this region. In recent years, CEPOL and the PCC SEE have worked together to organise training activities on topics such as...

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CEPOL met with delegation from China

Chinese delegation
19 May 2015

On 18 May 2015, a delegation from the Chinese Ministry of Public Security visited CEPOL’s headquarters in Budapest, Hungary. During the visit, CEPOL’s and the delegation’s representative could exchange information and best practices on law enforcement training.

Ms. Aija Kalnaja, Head of CEPOL’s Training and Research Unit, welcomed the Chinese delegation, headed by Mr. Xia Chongyuan, Vice Minister of Public Security of China. Ms. Kalnaja explained how CEPOL’s activities allow law enforcement professionals to increase their...

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CEPOL welcomes a delegation from the incoming Luxembourgish EU Presidency

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14 May 2015

From 12th to 13th May 2015, a delegation representing the incoming Luxembourgish Presidency of the Council of the European Union visited the European Police College Headquarters in Budapest, Hungary. The purpose of this visit was to arrange closer cooperation between CEPOL and the Presidency team on training, policy and strategic developments in the field of Justice and Home Affairs.

The delegation consisted of Mr. Christian Gatti, future Chair of the CEPOL Governing Board, Mr. Marc Welter, CEPOL National...

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