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CEPOL ExPro a go-go!

24 January 2011

With the third ISEC/CEPOL Exchange Programme well underway, Inside CEPOL Secretariat spoke with Göran Janrell, a Detective Superintendent in the Swedish Criminal Unit who spent his exchange period in Lithuania during October 2010.

Göran’s exchange was with the Lithuanian Ministry of the Interior within the topic crime prevention. In Sweden Göran is involved in many different areas and projects, mainly crime prevention, violence in society and ‘everyday’ crime. The Lithuanian Ministry of Interior is responsible for Police Department, State Border...

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NEC Experiences Life as an Exchangee First-hand

24 January 2011

Michael Isdahl, the Swedish National Exchange Coordinator (NEC) talks about his exchange visit to the Secretariat.

“With the third ISEC/CEPOL Exchange Programme well underway, in October I had the benefit of being an exchangee at the Secretariat for two weeks, within the frame of the Exchange Programme. As NEC in Sweden, most of my efforts were put into learning about the exchange programme, but I also wanted to increase my knowledge about the rest of CEPOL and its tasks. My expectation was that my time in Bramshill should not only be a study visit, but also give...

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ISEC/CEPOL Exchange Programme Wrapped Up

24 January 2011

The third and final part of the ISEC/CEPOL Exchange Programme ended in November 2010. The whole programme was implemented in three stages, starting in October 2009. During the programme, 147 senior police officers and police trainers from a total of 25 countries took part. The length of the exchange periods was usually between 12 – 14 calendar days for both police officers and trainers.

During the third exchange period, nearly all the exchangees had the role of both exchangee and tutor. During the first and second exchange periods, the feedback...

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