Training needs assessment

CEPOL releases first Training Needs Analysis on Environmental Crime

CEPOL releases first Training Needs Analysis on Environmental Crime
05 September 2022

CEPOL has just released the first Operational Training Needs Analysis (OTNA) on Environmental Crime.

During the past years, the protection of the environment has become an ever-growing topic of concern. Environmental crime has an impact on people’s health and well-being, while affecting the economy within and beyond the EU.

Responding to this emerging need, the European Green Deal confirms the promotion of actions ‘by the EU, its Member states and...

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Training Needs Analysis stresses the importance of fundamental rights and data protection training at EU level

CEPOL Training Needs Analysis stresses the importance of fundamental rights and data protection training at EU level
12 August 2022

CEPOL has always ensured that training on fundamental rights for law enforcement receives proper attention and features high on the CEPOL training agenda. The CEPOL EU-STNA report 2022-2025 identified fundamental rights and data protection as a top core capability gap for law enforcement to be addressed via training. Building on the strategic training priorities defined by the EU-STNA and the experience gained from previous OTNA studies, CEPOL launched the OTNA on...

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New Training Needs Analysis outlines main training priorities in the area of Counterterrorism

New Training Needs Analysis outlines main training priorities in the area of Counterterrorism
04 August 2022

Protecting Europeans from terrorism and organised crime is one of the priority areas of the European Union’s (EU) new Security Union Strategy for the period 2020-2025. Alike the EU Counter-Terrorism Agenda adopted in 2020, the strategy underlines the importance of Member States’ developing capabilities through training and sharing of best practices.

The...

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