CEPOL | European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CEPOL, or the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training, is an agency of the European Union dedicated to training law enforcement officials. The institution was founded in 2000 and adopted its current legal mandate on 1 July 2016. It is based in Budapest, Hungary.

CEPOL contributes to a safer Europe by facilitating cooperation and knowledge sharing among law enforcement officials of the EU Member States and to some extent, from third countries, on issues stemming from EU priorities in the field of security; in particular, from the EU Policy Cycle on serious and organised crime. CEPOL brings together a network of training institutes for law enforcement officials in EU Member States and supports them in providing frontline training on security priorities, law enforcement cooperation and information exchange. CEPOL also works with EU bodies, international organisations, and third countries to ensure that the most serious security threats are tackled with a collective response.


The Project Officers shall, in close cooperation with other relevant colleagues assigned to the project team, be tasked to provide administrative, financial and operational support throughout all steps of the project cycle.
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Senior Project Officers shall, under the overall responsibility of the Head of Project Management Unit of CEPOL and in cooperation with relevant CEPOL staff members, support, develop, implement and coordinate training activities for relevant law enforcement audiences as defined
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Budapest, Hungary
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Liaison Officer will represent increased role and visibility of the Agency in the context of the European Agendas on Migration and Security as well as dedicated Communications and Action Plans addressed to alleviate the migration pressure
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Budapest, Hungary
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The Training needs analyst will develop, implement and report on Strategic Training Needs Assessment and Training Needs Analyses to strengthen responsiveness to existing and emerging training needs.
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