capacity building

Webinar 24/2016 Counter-terrorism: foreign fighters and capacity building

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25 July 2016

The aim of this webinar is to present the latest developments on foreign fighters, as well as to introduce EUROPOL’s role in fighting them and its benefits for the law enforcement community in the EU. Furthermore, it aims to introduce CEPOL’s training project on building counter-terrorism capacities in the MENA region.

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EUROMED Police project strengthens capacity to fight illicit firearms trafficking in the North Africa region

EUROMED Police project strengthens capacity to fight illicit firearms trafficking in the North Africa region
25 May 2022

The EUROMED Police project implemented a sub-regional training aimed at stepping up the capacity of Maghreb countries to fight illicit firearms and explosives trafficking. The course took place in Tunis from 9 to 13 May and saw the participation of law enforcement officials from Algeria, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia, as well as from the African Union Mechanism for Police Cooperation (AFRIPOL).

The five-day training focused on the international instruments available to the law enforcement community to fight this type of crime and also dived into topics such as...

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EUROMED Police project builds capacity to tackle cybercrime in the EU Southern Neighbourhood

08 April 2022

In the framework of the EUROMED Police Project, 20 law enforcement officials from Israel, Jordan, Morocco, the Palestinian Authority, Tunisia and AFRIPOL took part in a course on Cybercrime investigations. The training was the first regional activity of the project involving countries from across the North Africa and Middle East region.

The activity, which was held between 21-25 March at the premises of the CEPOL Cybercrime Academy in Budapest, Hungary, was organised in close cooperation with the International Training Centre of the Hungarian National Police.

Cybercrime is...

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