From eNet to LEEd: CEPOL launches brand new eLearning platform

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30 April 2020

The EU Agency for Law Enforcement Training is releasing today its brand new eLearning platform, LEEd. Aimed at enhancing the online learning experience of users, CEPOL’s novel online training system has been engineered to be simple to use yet powerful, with built in customisation capabilities, a powerful search engine as part of its core infrastructure and advanced data functionalities for streamlined reporting and easy track of learners’ progress.

CEPOL's Executive Director, Dr.h.c Detlef Schröder, commented on the new eLearning platform: “The emergence of new eLearning solutions and technologies is constantly transforming the landscape of education. With LEEd, CEPOL places its eLearning strategy into the orbit of advanced technological education solutions for law enforcement training in Europe. This is a an important milestone in our journey to improve the quality of our learning and to enrich all our training programmes. We are very pleased to see LEEd rolling out”.

As of today, LEEd will be migrating away from eNet, CEPOL’s current eLearning management system, which registers today around 30,000 online training users. Unlike eNet, LEEd offers CEPOL’s training activities grouped into thematic areas. This constitutes a clear shift in the look and the way CEPOL presents its digital learning and training portfolio to its audience across the European Union and third countries.

In addition to the training offer, the platform offers research and science resources in the form of a repository of documents with browsing and filter capabilities by categories. LEEd also includes a forum for the users to communicate among themselves and publish or modify content; a connection with the EBSCO Discovery Service to consult e-books and e-journals; and a space for conference management.

The platform also allows closer collaboration with other partners and organisations from the Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) agencies' network through a new Virtual Training Centre. This new e-learning environment will be soon made available to iOS and Android phone users through a mobile app. At a later stage, it will also integrate an innovative events’ log with all upcoming training activities.

All e-Net users are receiving today an email with detailed instructions on how to activate their accounts on LEEd. Additionally, CEPOL has deployed a helpdesk team to assist from today with the re-activation process. Those encountering difficulties in accessing LEEd are invited to send an email to


Go to LEEd:

eNet users: Download instructions here

New users: Register here



Office address

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1066 Budapest
Ó utca 27

Correspondence address

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1903 Budapest

Email address

Telephone: +36 1 803 8030/8031

Fax: +36 1 803 8032