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Report: EU Commission concludes CEPOL contributes effectively to the strengthening of security

11 April 2022

The European Commission has published a report positively evaluating the work of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL).

This report is based on an evaluation, which addresses the objectives of CEPOL as per the mandate given in 2015, covers CEPOL’s activities carried out between 2015 and 2020 in all EU Member States, third countries with...

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EUROMED Police project builds capacity to tackle cybercrime in the EU Southern Neighbourhood

08 April 2022

In the framework of the EUROMED Police Project, 20 law enforcement officials from Israel, Jordan, Morocco, the Palestinian Authority, Tunisia and AFRIPOL took part in a course on Cybercrime investigations. The training was the first regional activity of the project involving countries from across the North Africa and Middle East region.

The activity, which was held between 21-25 March at the premises of the CEPOL Cybercrime Academy in Budapest, Hungary, was organised in close cooperation with the International Training Centre of the Hungarian National Police.

Cybercrime is...

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11th CNU meeting takes place in Budapest

11th CNU meeting takes place in Budapest
06 April 2022

On 5-6 April 2022, the agency welcomed 33 representatives of EU Member States, partner countries and organisations at the 11th CEPOL National Units (CNU) network meeting organised at the CEPOL headquarters in Budapest.

The meeting, chaired by Ms. Marielle SUISSA, Head of CNU France, offered a valuable opportunity for the exchange of views and good practices. Furthermore, CEPOL informed participants on the latest developments regarding the agency’s activities and achievements. Topics on the agenda included updates on the...

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