Law enforcement

Webinar 82/2018 National Webinar for the Greek appointed participants of CEPOL Exchange Programme 2018 (in Greek)

30 April 2018

This webinar aims: to provide information to the Greek appointed participants, concerning the 2018 CEPOL Exchange Programme; to underline the most common mistakes on the procedure of completing the required participation documents; to expand on the added value of CEPOL’s Exchange Programme capacities in a law enforcement environment; to familiarise the appointed personnel with the tools and functions of the Learning Management System; to introduce the line managers and administrative staff to the required procedures for a successful exchange visit; to underline CEPOL’s and National Unit rol


Croatian Presidency and CEPOL hold conference on the impact of Covid-19 on law enforcement practice

25 June 2020

Today the online conference “Policing the Pandemic” was hosted by the Croatian Presidency of the Council of the European Union and the EU Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL). With fact-based analysis by experts and frontline experience from across EU Member States, the conference focused on the impact of the pandemic on the law enforcement practice in Europe.



Issue Nr. 17 of the European Law Enforcement Research Bulletin is available online!

Issue Nr. 17 of the European Law Enforcement Research Bulletin is now available online!
06 June 2018

This year, the former European Police Science and Research Bulletin has become the European Law Enforcement Research Bulletin, to reflect both the change of CEPOL’s mandate and the extension of its tar­get groups. Issue Nr. 17, the first under the new name, is now available online.

It includes eight peer-reviewed original articles from across Europe and beyond, dealing with topics such as the understanding and prevention of violent radicalisation, forensic analysis of unknown materials, EUPOL Afghanistan, female leaders in a male...




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