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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 publishes Training Needs Analysis on Law Enforcement Cooperation, Information Exchange and Interoperability

Operational Training Needs Analysis (OTNA) on Law Enforcement Cooperation, Information Exchange and Interoperability
01 July 2021

The EU Agency for Law Enforcement Training has released its latest Operational Training Needs Analysis (OTNA) on Law Enforcement Cooperation, Information Exchange and Interoperability. This report provides EU and Member States law enforcement training institutions and organisations a comprehensive picture on operational level training priorities for law enforcement officials in Member States, including police, border...

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CEPOL conducts training needs analysis in three security priority areas

10 December 2020

The EU Agency for Law Enforcement Training has launched operational training needs analysis (OTNA) on three strategic areas:

  • Counterterrorism
  • Child sexual exploitation and sexual abuse
  • Law enforcement cooperation and information exchange (interoperability)

As a first step of the process, law enforcement officials and experts across Europe, nominated by their Member States, have been invited to take part in an online survey using a new, user and mobile-friendly platform. With this exercise, CEPOL aims at having better understanding of where the...

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