Updated Firearms Online Module is available for self-paced learning

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Updated Firearms Online Module is available for self-paced learning
03 February 2021

CEPOL is pleased to announce that the updated online module on Firearms is available on its online learning platform, LEEd.

Leading subject matter experts from Portugal, Germany, the Netherlands, Frontex, INTERPOL and the European Commission joined with CEPOL to have the module reflect latest developments and insights in the area of illegal firearms related crime. The module is aligned with the EMPACT firearms priority and gives users an in-depth understanding of the phenomenon.

This online module provides users with a general understanding of different aspects of the illicit use of firearms for criminal purposes and the different measures to counter firearms-related criminal activities. It is targeted at law enforcement officers, judicial authorities and forensic experts who are dealing with the illicit use of firearms for criminal purposes, and at those who need to know and apply the different measures to counter illegal firearms-related crimes.

CEPOL's interactive self-paced online modules provide flexibility to autonomous learners:

  • start at any time
  • complete at your own pace
  • access content wherever you are at any time.

The estimated study time for this particular module is 3.5 hours. Through quizzes per topic, the users can test their knowledge. Upon successful completion of all quizzes, a certificate is issued.

CEPOL would invite interested law enforcement officers to register on its online learning platform LEEd and enrol into the Firearms online module here, free of charge.

More information on the content of the module is available here. To check the full list of available online modules, please click here.

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