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CEPOL’s European Police Exchange Programme features in the Spanish press

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01 July 2014

A Spanish newspaper features two participants of this year’s CEPOL European Police Exchange Programme. The article published in June, reflects how Jaroslaw Pieniek, from the Polish Customs Service, and Carlos Astraín, from the Spanish Guardia Civil, learned from each other’s knowledge, best practices and experience on the fight against synthetic drugs.

The paper highlights the potential benefits of this exchange which will help the way Spanish law enforcement...


2014 European Police Exchange Programme now open for nominations

European Police Exchange Programme
21 January 2014

CEPOL, the European Police College, has launched the European Police Exchange Programme (EPEP) 2014.

This flagship CEPOL activity offers senior police officers and experts, senior police leaders, police trainers, researchers and participants the opportunity to take part in a bilateral exchange with a colleague from another Member State or candidate country. For the second year running, the Exchange Programme will also be offered to police officers and personnel from European Neighbourhood Policy Countries including the Eastern Partnership...


2012 European Police Exchange Programme opens for registrations

31 January 2012

CEPOL, the European Police College has launched the 2012 European Police Exchange Programme.

In 2012, the Exchange Programme, a flagship CEPOL activity, will offer one-to-one exchanges to police officers and scientific and research experts; teaching staff and educational programme developers; and commanders. There will also be group study visits to the European Union agencies that deal with justice and home affairs, including Europol and Frontex.

Exchanges are organised according to 16 topics, which have been identified as...




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