PGEAPS Summary Now Available in Fourteen Languages

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24 June 2008

In support of a continuing debate with senior police officers, teachers, trainers and academics with a stake in police science the PGEAPS report summary is now available in 14 EU languages to ensure access for those not familiar with reading English.

The PGEAPS summary, which gives an overview of the larger PGEAPS publication, is now available on the CEPOL website in: Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, English, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Polish, Romanian, Spanish and Swedish. The translations have been provided courtesy of the CEPOL National Contact Points.

The report by the Project Group on a European Approach to Police Science was completed in April 2007. CEPOL had initiated an expert group to foster better training practice based on science and research. The final report was presented and discussed with a wider audience at CEPOL’s Annual Police Research and Science Conference in Münster (Germany) in September 2007. Its content deals with the history, the core topics, the European perspective and the purpose of police research for education and training. It does not provide definitive answers to all possible questions in this particular area, but the topic of police research for police training from a general point of view – and in a dedicated European perspective - has been opened now for further discussion and development.

For further information, please visit our Research & Science publications page.



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