Summer 2021 issue of the European Law Enforcement Research Bulletin is out!

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European Law Enforcement Research Bulletin
25 August 2021

Since the publication of the previous issue of the European Law Enforcement Research Bulletin, the COVID-19 pandemic has continued to create severe difficulties for societies across the globe, not at least in various degrees in almost all of the European countries. R.I. Mawby’s article on the “Coronavirus, Crime and Policing” has since been downloaded numerous times from the journal’s archive, indicating the high actuality of the topic for the audience. Following a webinar delivered in January 2021, CEPOL organised its first online-only research and science conference about the “Pandemic Effects on Law Enforcement Training & Education” in cooperation with the Mykolas Romeris University of Lithuania in May. Presentations of the contributions of this event are already available on the conference website.

The impact the pandemic has had so far on law enforcement, and what had been done and could be done in tackling it, is also the subject of the two opening articles of this issue of the Bulletin:

  • Focusing attention to the individual level, Frenkel, Giessing, Jaspaert & Staller consider “How to prepare police officers to cope with pandemic specific stressors” in reference to survey data collected in several European countries.
  • Taking a particular organisational perspective, Gergely Mogyoródi describes the “The Impacts of COVID-19 Epidemic on the Daily Work of SIRENE Hungary” , as part of the Schengen-wide cross-border information exchange network.

The Summer 2021 edition of the Bulletin carries seven more read-worthy articles, covering themes like recruitment for peace keeping missions, predictive policing, organised crime, cybercrime and domestic abuse/violence.

Download the latest issue here in PDF format, or consult all Bulletins here online. Enjoy the reading!


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