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Social Media and Policing Seminar

19 October 2011

CEPOL, the European Police College, is organising its first seminar on Social Media and Policing in Lisbon, Portugal from 24-28 October.

The seminar brings together senior police officers from across Europe to share knowledge and experience in using and dealing with the impact of social media in their own country.

Areas for discussion during the week-long seminar include:

  • Social media and engagement: The use of social media in the context of community policing
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Issue 05 of European Police Science and Research Bulletin now available

16 June 2011

The 5th issue of the CEPOL European Police Science and Research Bulletin has been published and is now ready for download.

The `summer-edition` features an editorial by Janos Fehervary, Head of International Affairs (Sicherheitsakademie, Austria), reflecting on the state of `research and science` within CEPOL - written with a personal touch. There are also instructive research reports on trends of economic crimes in Finland and on diversity within European police forces. Finally, the future of European police cooperation is reflected through the lens...

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Coming Full Cycle - 14th Research and Science Working Group Meeting (copy 1)

25 February 2011

The 14th Research and Science Working Group meeting, which took place at Bramshill in October, was a special occasion. Coming full circle, Bramshill is the place where Dr. Janós Fehérváry chaired the first ever, and his last, Research and Science Working Group meeting. CEPOL Director, Dr. Ferenc Banfi, awarded him with a special CEPOL silver coin in recognition of his achievements as Chair of the Research and Science Working Group for more than three years. Dr. Fehérváry will continue to support CEPOL's research and science activities as member of the Training &...

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