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Learn how to track and catch Cybercriminals with CEPOL - an updated Cybercrime module launched!

CEPOL Cybercrime online learning module
07 April 2020

Following the launch of our updated Darknet module last week, CEPOL is pleased to announce the release of an updated module in the domain of Cybercrime and Cyber-enabled crime. The content of the Cybercrime online learning module has been updated and is now available on CEPOL’s eNet.

Because hackers are not on lockdown.

During the time of coronavirus pandemic we observe a rise in acts done by cybercriminals. With this module you may get your self up to date...


Updated Darknet online learning module is available

CEPOL Online Darknet Module
30 March 2020

CEPOL is pleased to announce that the content of the Darknet online learning module has been updated in close cooperation with experts from Interpol’s Innovation Centre. The update took place in 2019, with the module content being formally adopted by Management Board Decision 31/2019/MB.

During the update, the latest developments on Darknet markets as well as implications for law enforcement are described. Darknets are increasingly being used to conduct criminal activities because of the anonymity that...


CEPOL with renewed ISO 9001:2015 for Management of Law Enforcement Training activities

14 February 2020

We are proud to announce that our ISO 9001:2015 certificate has been renewed this month for the next 3 years. It means that CEPOL is certified by Lloyd's Register to the following standards:

Management of the Law Enforcement Residential Activities, Exchange Programme and Online Courses, Modules and Webinars: support, develop, implement and coordinate training for law enforcement officials’

CEPOL focuses on customers, stakeholders and other interested parties, provides leadership, engages and involves people, uses a process-based approach, encourages...




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