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2013 Annual Report now available

Annual Report 2013
23 June 2014

CEPOL is pleased to announce that its Annual Report 2013 is now available. The Annual Report contains information about CEPOL’s achievements in 2013. The report also highlights a selection of training activities that were implemented during the year.

More than 8,000 people took part in a CEPOL training activity in 2013, up from just over 6,000 participants in 2012. The increase in participation was achieved without compromising quality and CEPOL improved their overall satisfaction levels to 94...


CEPOL launches its new website

CEPOL's website
13 May 2014

The European Police College (CEPOL) has today relaunched its public website, featuring a brand new visual interface and a simplified content structure providing an enhanced user experience.

The website’s features include new search tools making it easier and faster to find information about residential and online activities, publications, documents or news items. The site aims to provide users with relevant and up-to-date information on CEPOL’s areas of expertise focusing on the provision of training and learning opportunities to senior police officers on issues vital to the...


Council of Ministers votes to change the seat of CEPOL

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06 May 2014

On 6 May 2014, the Council of Ministers voted in favour for the change of CEPOL’s seat from Bramshill to Budapest. The European Parliament, on 16 April 2014, had previously voted in favour of this amendment to Decision 2005/681/JHA establishing the European Police College (CEPOL). Planning for the relocation is already underway, which will take place once all conditions have been met.




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