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Survey on European Police Education and Bologna (SEPEB)

18 January 2012

This report provides an overview of education and training programmes in the field of police and policing in Europe which are open to foreign police officers, with a focus on the degree of implementation of the Bologna process at national police training...


Issue 06 of European Police Science and Research Bulletin now available

14 December 2011

The 6th issue of the CEPOL European Police Science and Research Bulletin has been published and is now ready for download.

The `winter-edition` features an article about Problem-Oriented-Policing in Malmo, Sweden as well as reports about the police's use of social media tools as a form of communication, perception of crime and the GODIAC project. This issue also contains essays by Stefano Failla, External Relations Officer - CEPOL and Risto Honkonen, Head of Research at the Finish Police College respectively addressing the Evolution of the Home...


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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