child sexual exploitation

CEPOL’s latest Training Needs Analysis on Child Sexual Exploitation is out now!

Operational Training Needs Analysis (OTNA) on Child Sexual Exploitation
26 July 2021

The EU Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL) has published its latest Operational Training Needs Analysis (OTNA) on Child Sexual Exploitation. This report provides EU and Member States law enforcement academies and training institutions a comprehensive picture on operational level training priorities for law enforcement officials in Member States, including police, border guards, migration authorities, customs, and others.

The analysis is based on the responses...

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CEPOL completes Child Sexual Exploitation virtual classroom activity

CEPOL completes Child Sexual Exploitation virtual classroom activity
28 May 2021

CEPOL completed this week its first e-Workshop series on Child Sexual Exploitation, which comprised of four identical training activities designed for effective virtual classroom work with small groups of participants. The e-Workshop series has taken place online during April and May via the CEPOL online Law Enforcement Education platform LEEd. The aim of this particular training activity was to improve the performance of experienced law enforcement officials, with a minimum of 2 years’ experience in Child Sexual Exploitation investigations, in the area of interviewing Child Sex Offenders...

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CEPOL course 31/2018 Identification of child victim sexual exploitation

02 October 2018

Identification of child victims of sexual exploitation (CSE) was the subject of a CEPOL international course (31/2018) organized in cooperation with Interpol and Europol at The Police School in Piła, Poland on 03 – 14 September. It was the second edition of this course that the school in Piła had the opportunity to organize.

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