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CEPOL, the EU police training and education agency, held its annual research conference last October in Budapest with contributions from numerous countries. Over 50 presentation files from the conference are now available here. A special edition of CEPOL’s European Police Science … Continue reading
The 2016 CEPOL (European Police College) conference will be held October 5-7 in Budapest, Hungary with the theme “global trends in law enforcement training and education.” Registration information is here. Also the next international POP Conference (problem-oriented policing) will be … Continue reading
CEPOL, the EU police college, has announced the establishment of a joint master’s degree program for police in cooperation with several universities.
The EU Parliament and Council have decided that the EU Police College (CEPOL) and Europol should be separate institutions, not merged in some way. This decision clears the way for a decision on the relocation of CEPOL. Budapest has been … Continue reading
An earlier post reported that the European Police College (CEPOL) would be moving to Budapest, Hungary. The European Commission, however, has questioned whether the decision was made properly and has recommended that the move not be approved. One hangup is … Continue reading
CEPOL, the European Police College, is scheduled to move from Bramshill in the UK to Budapest in August 2014. The move has been approved by the EU Council and EU interior ministers, according to this post.