CEPOL launched two new Online Modules

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CEPOL launched two new Online Modules
07 November 2018

CEPOL recently launched two new self-paced Online Modules on the topics of Community Policing and Prevention of Radicalisation and Online Trade in Illicit Goods and Services.

Radicalisation is a complex process in which people embrace radical ideologies that could lead to violent and terrorist acts. With Europe experiencing a significant increase in terrorist attacks and fatalities in recent years, radicalisation is a major issue. CEPOL’s Online Module on this subject gives users the opportunity to gain insight on prevention approaches to tackle violent radicalisation. The module dedicates special focus to community policing as a factor of prevention. The Executive Summary is available here.

Illicit markets have existed for countless years but due to the technology revolution over the past two decades, online marketplaces have become increasingly popular. Moreover, the development of free tools and Cryptocurrencies have made online trade in illicit goods and services more accessible to people without technical expertise. CEPOL’s online module focuses on the different kinds of illicit trade on the internet, dedicating particular attention on the part of the internet known as the Darknet. The Executive Summary is available here.

The new Online Modules are now available on the e-Net and accessible to all registered users. A full list of all CEPOL Online Modules is also accessible on the dedicated page of CEPOL’s website.

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