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CEPOL Police Research and Science Conference 2013 - Policing civil societies in times of economic constraints

24 September 2013

"Policing civil societies in times of economic constraints" was the subject of the CEPOL Police Research and Science Conference 2013, which was held in Münster, Germany on 11-13 September 2013. The general aim of the conference was to collect and present current results of police theory and research and to as-sess the impact on policing strategies.

130 participants from 28 Member States, Canada and Hong Kong took part in the conference and listened to different lectures of 33 speakers.

Keynote speakers, members of panels, and participants from the European and...

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Policing major events: THE HOUSE project documentation available

03 April 2013

Documentation related to ‘Enhancing European Coordination for National Research Programmes in the Area of Security at Major Events – The House’ is now available to CEPOL registered users.

The House – a project funded by the European Commission – involves the testing of the provision of coordination standards during major events in Europe. These standards concern key areas which were identified as commonalities of interest as being the basic constituents of major event security planning in Europe requiring further coordination. After the elaboration of these standards...

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Issue 07 of European Police Science and Research Bulletin now available

24 September 2012

The 7th issue of the CEPOL European Police Science and Research Bulletin has been published and is now ready for download.

The Summer edition features an article about The European Network of Forensic Science Institutes (ENFSI) as well as reports about organisational change in European policing, Multimedia tools against violence and an essay on identifying learning points in criminal investigations.

The 7th issues of the European Police Science and Research Bulletin, as well as previous ones, can be downloaded from the Science and Research section of this website....

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