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CEPOL Executive Director takes part in LIBE Committee hearing

CEPOL Executive Director takes part in LIBE Committee hearing
29 January 2021

The Executive Director of the EU Agency for Law Enforcement Training, Dr h. c. Detlef Schröder, was invited this week by the European Parliament Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) to share his views in a hearing on the case of death of Slovak citizen Mr Jozef Chovanec which has reopened the public debate over the unjustified use of police force. Also invited to this meeting were Commissioner Didier Reynders, Europol Executive Director Catherine De Bolle, and Ms Maryse Artiguelong, Vice-President of the International Federation...

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Call for a Co-chair and Experts contributing to the Expert Group on Fundamental Rights

CEPOL Call for a Co-chair and experts contributing to the Expert Group on Fundamental Rights
15 January 2021

The European Union Agency for Law Enforcement (CEPOL) is looking for a Co-chair and experts contributing to the Expert Group on Fundamental Rights.

Fundamental rights are one of the core values of the European Union. CEPOL has always ensured that training on fundamental rights for law enforcement receives proper attention and features high on the CEPOL agenda. The European Commission recently has issued several EU strategies and action plans on fundamental rights, including hate crime, racism, victims’ rights and child protection...

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Call for Co-Chair and Experts Contributing to the CEPOL Knowledge Centre on Law Enforcement Cooperation, Information Exchange and Interoperability

13 January 2021

CEPOL aims to establish CEPOL Knowledge Centre (CKC) on Law Enforcement Cooperation, Information Exchange and Interoperability (CKC INT) in January 2021.

The CKC is to be co-chaired by CEPOL and one Member State representative while consisting of 5-10 experts from the Member States and, in addition, representatives of the Commission and the relevant EU Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) entities. The CKC will be mandated to design the multiannual EU-level training portfolio and ensure the quality of overall package and particular activities in this specific...

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