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LEEd goes mobile! Learn with CEPOL from your tablet or smartphone
11 May 2021

Learn with CEPOL from your tablet or smartphone

The EU Agency for Law Enforcement Training has released its mobile gateway, CEPOL LEEd app, to make distance learning more flexible, accessible and easier for law enforcement officials pursuing training activities with CEPOL. CEPOL Law Enforcement Education’s new app runs on iOS and Android and is available on AppStore and Google Play.

LEEd app has a user-friendly interface and provides free, easy access to the CEPOL’s full catalogue of training activities and the learning resources available online. With the app, users can download webinar, course and module resources for offline viewing, send messages and track their learning progress on-the-go.

Dr. h.c. Detlef Schroder, CEPOL’s Executive Director, said:

“With this new app, users can access our learning materials wherever they happen to be. It’s learning at their fingertips, and it comes to supplement the efficacy of our teaching and learning through onsite and online conventional methods. It has never been easier for EU law enforcement officials to expand skills and gain new knowledge that can be implemented in their daily practice.”

Additional enhancements

The app has been launched on the first anniversary of LEEd, which went live in April 2020 and registers more than 15,000 user accounts today. With this last release of enhancements, the online platform will also see some further improvements, such as the time zone adjustment to Central European Time (Budapest time), the possibility for users to change their username, and a functionality enabling customised communications with users from the same country. Additionally, the system will require new users to provide reasons for why they introduce a registration request to LEEd.

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Contact

Office address

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1066 Budapest
Ó utca 27
Hungary

Correspondence address

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1903 Budapest
Pf.314
Hungary

Email address

Telephone: +36 1 803 8030/8031

Fax: +36 1 803 8032

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