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CEPOL hosts training to improve competences in the fight against child-abuse material online

07 April 2015

This week, a major milestone will be reached in the fight against the production and dissemination of child sexual abuse material over the Internet for financial gain. Hosted by the European Police College (CEPOL) in Budapest from 7 to 10 April, a training course will allow over 40 participants representing law enforcement, the private sector and NGO Hotlines from the INHOPE Network to acquire the technical, operational and procedural competences to detect and prevent the production and dissemination of commercial child sexual abuse material online. The training takes place in the context...


Police officers’ training is key to improve search of missing children

Specialised training for SIRENE officers
16 March 2015

From 16 to 20 March 2015, CEPOL’s framework partner ENSP (École Nationale Supérieure de la Police – Lyon, France) is organising a training activity for law enforcement officers dedicated to the use of informative alerts to effectively search and protect missing children in Europe.

34 participants will take part in this activity hosted at the ENSP premises. This CEPOL course aims at...


CEPOL and EUROPOL strengthen cooperation to combat crime in the EU

24 February 2015

From 24 to 25 February 2015, EUROPOL director, Mr. Rob Wainwright is visiting CEPOL to discuss further cooperation between the agencies on cross cutting issues.

It is in the interest of the European Union and its citizens to enhance the effectiveness of police forces in the fight against crime by conducting common trainings for police officers to increase knowledge of national police systems, of European cooperation instruments and mechanisms, as well as of a wide range of specific subjects, such as counter terrorism,...




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