strategic training need assessment

EU-STNA 2022-2025

CEPOL launched the new EU-STNA in 2020 to define strategic and EU-level training priorities of law enforcement officials for the 2022-2025 policy cycle.

The overall architecture of the EU-STNA methodology has been kept adding a step on the implementation of the EU-STNA outcomes with increased political support and another on a mid-term review of threats and training priorities.

EU-STNA 2022-2025 is expected to be published in December 2021.

EU-STNA 2018-2021

The EU-STNA was developed to identify gaps in knowledge, skills and competencies and training needs. The assessment identifies training priorities and aims at coordinating available training to prevent overlaps and duplication. It identifies emerging law enforcement trends, such as increasing synergies and overlaps between different crime areas, as well as larger demands for cooperation between disciplines.

CEPOL launches new video for EU-STNA 2022-2025

CEPOL launches new video for EU-STNA 2022-2025
18 February 2021

Europeans need to feel confident that their freedom and security are protected. The EU aims to ensure that people live in an area of freedom, security and justice, without internal frontiers. Serious and organised cross-border crime, terrorism and cybercrime cause huge social and economic costs to the EU.

CEPOL, the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training, helps keep the EU safe by delivering training every year to over 30.000 law enforcement officials in Europe and its neighbourhood. To better understand the specific evolving training needs in the area of EU internal...




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