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COVID-19 TASK FORCE: Putting CEPOL e-learning technology and expertise to the service of law enforcement agencies across Europe

COVID-19 TASK FORCE: Putting CEPOL e-learning technology and expertise to the service of law enforcement agencies across Europe
30 April 2020

In times of coronavirus, having access to safe digital tools for facilitating virtual workshops and online meetings has become a clear commodity for organisations and institutions. In this respect, CEPOL responded rapidly to potential emerging needs in the Member States by making available to law enforcement agencies, academia and training institutions its advanced e-learning infrastructure and technology in order to ensure continuity in the delivery of mass training activities to law enforcement officers across Europe.

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CEPOL Cybercrime Academy: over 8,200 enrolments in cyber training activities since inception

17 April 2020

A total of 8,271 enrolments in cyber training activities have been reported by CEPOL Cybercrime Academy (CCA) since its official launch in June last year. Up to date, the Academy has delivered 38 training activities, 11 out of which have been offered in 2020....

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COVID-19: CEPOL overcomes successfully agency-wide remote work stress test

COVID-19: CEPOL overcomes successfully agency-wide remote work stress test
08 April 2020

The coronavirus crisis has forced CEPOL’s operations to shift to digital-only channels and agency-wide remote work. Following the first announcement one month ago on the temporary suspension of all training activities and meetings requiring physical presence, the agency has ramped up remote working capabilities to keep connected to its stakeholders and maintain its online learning activities running smoothly and without disruptions.

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