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New eLesson on victims of terrorism available in LEEd

New eLessons on victims of terrorism available in LEEd
10 June 2022

The EU Agency for Law Enforcement Training has released a new eLesson on victims of terrorism, a comprehensive digital training and learning resource designed to address emerging and current training needs of law enforcement officials.

The eLessons are compact and easy-to-follow, covering current topics presented engagingly with a focus on practical applicability. Users learn individually, at their own pace, and in an explorative way. Trainers can embed eLessons in their formal training – be it as a requirement in...

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Updated Synthetic Drugs Online Module is available for self-paced learning

01 June 2022

CEPOL is pleased to announce that the updated online module on Synthetic Drugs is available on its online learning platform, LEEd.

The Synthetic Drugs module targets law enforcement officials including police, customs and prosecutors engaged in fighting drug crime, in particular the production, smuggling and selling of synthetic drugs. It introduces the main types of synthetic drugs, NPS and related chemicals, and describes their production, trafficking and availability on the internet/darknet. It also covers the investigation of cases.

With the expert input...

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New online module available for law enforcement on managing challenging interactions

13 May 2022

We are pleased to inform you that as a result of the cooperation with the EU Horizon2020 project BuildERS, a new 3rd party online module, titled "Managing challenging interactions", is now available for registered users of CEPOL's e-learning platform, LEEd.

The aim of the online module is to improve the communication skills and abilities of law enforcement officials to interact with clients. In this training module, participants will learn how clients' intellectual disability, dementia, autism,...

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1066 Budapest
Ó utca 27
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