Online Modules

Online Modules

Title

Target Audience

Executive

summary

Study Time (minutes)

Community Policing and Prevention of Radicalisation

The module is aimed at all law enforcement officers.

212

Cybercrime

Law enforcement officers of any rank and law enforcement managers. 195
Darknet Law enforcement staff new to the Darknet, or with a small amount of knowledge and who want to know more. It is not intended for investigators or analysts who already have technical and operational understanding of the Darknet. 247

EU Policy Cycle for Organised and Serious International Crime

Individuals who are contribute to one or more parts of the EU Policy Cycle, and to law enforcement officials involved or interested in cross-border operations, international cooperation, and raising awareness and training at national level.

172
Europol

All law enforcement officials working in, or otherwise interested in, the area of international cooperation.

245
Facilitated Illegal Immigration

Law enforcement officials from EU Member States, EU agencies, Western Balkan countries and Turkey holding, or potentially holding functions in the following areas, in the context of mass immigration: Immigration; Public security; Criminal investigations.

305
Firearms

Police and law enforcement officers who are dealing with the illicit use of firearms for criminal purposes and need to know and apply the different measures for law enforcement agencies to counter criminal activities.

143

Forensic Awareness for Police First Responders

All police officers, since it is mathematically sure that in their careers they will at some point face the challenges and the multi-layered responsibilities of being a first responder.

167
Gender Based Violence

Practitioners in the field of GBV (that work on prevention or investigation of GBV) and trainers of law enforcement officials and personnel.

182

Hatecrime

Police officers and other law enforcement authorities in middle, senior and special management functions.

195
How to organise and implement CEPOL online courses The module targets organisers and Activity Managers of CEPOL online courses primarily but can be of interest for educators in the EU Member States who are involved in the implementation of online courses in general. n/a n/a
Joint Investigation Teams

Current and potential practitioners in the field of JITs intending to tackle international crime affecting two or more states. Practitioners may come from different backgrounds, both law enforcement and judicial.

180
Lisbon Treaty

Police officers interested or involved in higher level international police, law enforcement and judicial cooperation.

171
Money Laundering

Law enforcement officers of any rank, or those involved in law enforcement management.

258

Online trade in Illicit Goods & Services

The module is targeted at those police and law enforcement officers, border guards, customs officers and judiciary staff who are not used to dealing with internet crimes.

207

Passenger Name Record (PNR)

Police and law enforcement officers, border guards, customs officers and judiciary staff who are interested or involved in the use of PNR data to combat serious crime and/or terrorism.

152
Police English Language: Policing Domains

All police and law enforcement officers who would need to learn more police specific English and initiates the use of a common language for cross-border cooperation.

*

Police English Language: Police Station, Equipment & Officers

All police and law enforcement officers who would need to learn English and initiates the use of a common language for cross-border cooperation.

*
Policing Major Events

Senior law enforcement officers, especially those involved in policing major events.

199
Prüm Decision

Police and law enforcement officers who are involved in cross-border cooperation, particular in the area of information exchange.

216
Schengen

Police and law enforcement officers, border guards, customs officers and judiciary staff who cooperate with colleagues from other EU Member States or associated countries.

221
SIS for End-Users

Police and law enforcement officers who are involved in cross-border cooperation, particular in the area of information exchange.

295
Synthetic Drugs

Law enforcement officers including police, customs and prosecutors engaged in fighting drug crime, in particular the production, smuggling and selling of synthetic drugs.

167
Trafficking Human Beings

First line police and law enforcement officials as well as those involved in dealing with THB on a national and cross-border cooperation level.

452

*Depending on entry level of English and specific knowledge of law enforcement terminology

Contact

Office address

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1066 Budapest
Ó utca 27
Hungary

Correspondence address

European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1903 Budapest
Pf.314
Hungary

Email address

Telephone: +36 1 803 8030/8031

Fax: +36 1 803 8032

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