EU level training that is qualitative and evidence based facilitates the work of law enforcement officials in addressing crime threats that affect the European Union. The EU-STNA aims at identifying those EU level training priorities in the area of internal security and its external aspects to help build the capacity of law enforcement officials, while seeking to avoid duplication of efforts and achieve better coordination. It is a collective, EU-wide effort that requires participation from all stakeholders, so that training providers can deliver better, more targeted training to the European law enforcement community on the top priority topics
During its courses, CEPOL brings together many experts from all over Europe and beyond. Since beginning 2015, CEPOL systematically captures and shares experts’ knowledge. These series of interviews aim at collecting and sharing expertise. Tune in to our channel and enjoy the show!
CEPOL is a European Union agency that fosters European and international law enforcement cooperation through training. CEPOL aims to become a world-class hub, and a driver of change in the law enforcement training field. One which contributes to addressing European and global security issues by bringing the law enforcement communities closer together to share good practices, knowledge and know-how.
In addition to its residential activities, CEPOL offers several e-learning tools. Participants can choose from online modules, webinars and platforms for online communities. These tools allow law enforcement professionals to increase their knowledge, share their experiences and develop their competences. Whether applied in self-paced, individually directed learning or as a blended add-on to residential training, law enforcement officers can benefit from interactive learning and can easily access learning content again at any time from any location.
The European Police Exchange Programme is CEPOL's Erasmus-like exchange programme for law enforcement officers. The programme seeks to enhance police cooperation in combating crime. It is based on enhanced mobility, mutual learning, exchange of experiences and good practices. It provides participants with an opportunity to create a network of colleagues and to familiarise with working methods of other countries. These exchanges promote trust and cooperation between law enforcement officers from across Europe and beyond.