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CEPOL launches e-Journals service

29 January 2014

CEPOL has launched an e-journal service providing registered users of CEPOL’s e-Net with access to 3,000 articles from nine well-known journals, including Policing; Policing and Society; and Police Practice and Research.

Registered users will have free access to current and past editions of journals related to police and policing in a European and international context. In addition to police officers and practitioners of police research and science, the e-Journals service will also be available to police students.

Through residential activities and online...

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CEPOL Working Group on research and science activities meets in Italy

CEPOL Working Group on research and science activities
04 November 2013

From 18 to 20 September 2013, the third meeting of the CEPOL Working Group on “Implementation and Evaluation of CEPOL Research and Science Activities for Knowledge Transfer” was held in Rome, Italy. The working group’s meeting was held at the premises of the Scuola di Perfezionamento per le Forze di Polizia (Interagency Law Enforcement College of Advanced Studies), which is home to the Italian CEPOL National Unit.

This working group, known under the acronym KTWG, is tasked with the publication of the European Police Science and Research Bulletin, which is available for public...

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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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