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Murderous terrorist attack in Paris

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07 January 2015

Dr Bánfi declared: “I am deeply shocked and horrified by the murderous attack committed this morning in Paris against the newspaper Charlie Hebdo, which has killed at least twelve persons, including two police officers.

On behalf of CEPOL, I would like to convey my heartfelt condolences to the victims and their families, as well as our wishes for a speedy recovery to those injured.

Our thoughts are with the French in this terrible situation”.


CEPOL signs Working Arrangement with Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina
03 December 2014

On 3rd December 2014, the European Police College (CEPOL) and the Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina have signed a Working Arrangement to enforce cooperation on law enforcement training. Bosnia and Herzegovina was represented by Deputy Minister of Security Ćavar and H.E. Ambassador Željko.

The signing of this Working Arrangement represents a milestone in bilateral relations. The purpose of this arrangement is to facilitate mutual cooperation in the field of training between CEPOL and the relevant training institutes in Bosnia and Herzegovina.



CEPOL officially inaugurates its new headquarters in Budapest

CEPOL's new headquarters
06 November 2014

Today, the European Police College (CEPOL) inaugurates its new headquarters. The European Union agency, dedicated to providing training and learning to law enforcement officers, is now located in Budapest, Hungary. The brand new facilities will offer CEPOL the opportunity to host training activities and events and to continue facilitating the sharing of knowledge and best practice in law enforcement EU wide.

The inauguration event, preceded by a reception for guests and dignitaries at the Hungarian Parliament, will take place at CEPOL’s headquarters. The event’s programme features...




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