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International trends in law enforcement training

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The European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL) holds a conference on the international trends in law enforcement training at the Ludovika Campus of NUPS on 5-7 October 2016. The event serves with an excellent opportunity for the nearly 200 participants coming from five continents to compare national practices of law enforcement and to enhance their individual professional networks.

The opening ceremony of CEPOL’s international conference was held in the chapel of the Ludovika Campus where Vice-Rector for Continuing Education and International Affairs Prof. Dr. Norbert Kis welcomed the guests on behalf of the university. In his welcome speech he reminded the audience of the university’s comprehensive approach and integrated view of public service training. The Vice-Rector emphasized that nowadays we can witness several trends that pose challenges for law enforcement. These trends include globalization and the increasing complexity of security challenges, although it should be noted that both phenomena appear in parallel to mankind’s history and through mankind’s activity.

According to the Vice-Rector, the main challenges ahead of the law enforcement training system are revealed in the dimension of learning and teaching, therefore, it is a crucial question what set of skills do future law enforcement experts require to answer challenges, and what and how they should learn. The exchange of experience and knowledge is important in this regard, for which this international event offers and excellent opportunity.

Representing the Ministry of Interior, Dr. János Szacsúri, Head of the Department of European Cooperation, welcomed the participants of the conference. Mr. Szacsúri reminded that setting the location of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training in 2014 to Budapest was a sign of recognition to Hungary’s law enforcement. He reconfirmed that globalization poses several challenges for European countries. The conference is a great occasion to share training practices, to increase the related knowledge-base and to broaden individual professional relations. The latter is very important, since strategic approach in itself is not enough: it is the law enforcement officials and researchers on the ground whose activity really matter as Mr. Szacsúri emphasized.

In his keynote speech, CEPOL Director Dr. Ferenc Bánfi highlighted that the globalization of crime and terrorism, as well as the necessity of cross-border cooperation are not new, and that certain trends become obvious over time. However, it is a crucial factor when the appearance of a given trend is a subject of awareness. It is also an important question what exactly we mean by the globalization of law enforcement training. CEPOL would like to establish a global platform in this regard.

The Director of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training explained that from this year CEPOL will not only intend to participate in the training of senior law enforcement officers but in that of the entire law enforcement community. He added that a common European law enforcement culture is needed: we need trust and commonly accepted and followed values – including the respect of human rights – that enable us to work together. While providing a thorough view of CEPOL’s activities, the Director recalled the first joint European master course which builds on an international consortium overarching 13 EU member states and has 27 students at the moment with the first graduation expected in October 2017. In addition, the number of law enforcement experts participating in various forms of CEPOL’s trainings has multiplied since 2009 in a way that the quality of these trainings continued to be at a high standard.

CEPOL’s 13th international conference is hosted by the National University of Public Service between 5 and 7 October 2016. The events parallel sections welcome speakers from all around the world – from South America to Europe and East Asia – and nearly 200 participants.


Reminder: Registration open for CEPOL R&S conference

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The European Police College (CEPOL) and the National University of Public Service (NUPS) jointly organize the 13th CEPOL European Police Research and Science Conference focusing on global trends in law enforcement training and education on 5-7 October 2016.

Globalisation of crime has been high on the agenda of governments, law enforcement institutions and academic scholarship for more than a decade. While there is an extensive body of analytic literature and practical guidance, less attention has been paid to the aspect of training and education of law enforcement staff and leaders in view of the process of globalisation and the global dimension of criminal acts.

The CEPOL European Police Research and Science Conference will be a platform for law enforcement officers in leading positions, police educators and trainers, as well as distinguished academic scholars and researchers for exchanging (new) research findings, educational ideas and concepts as well as for engaging in a professional and informed discussion around issues of police science, research and education.

Global trends can only be defined from an international perspective - the development and progress of scientifically sound research informing and shaping law enforcement practice or education varies across countries and forces in Europe and worldwide. Thus the organisers are seeking input from a wide circle of international institutions, countries and research projects. Not only shall the variations in training and education be addressed by the contributions to the conference but also similarities, best practices, chances and possible limitations of “global trends in law enforcement training and education”.

The conference is open for delegates from CEPOL Member States as well as for law enforcement officials and academic scholars from inside or outside the European Union. Attendance at the conference is subject to prior pre-registration and acceptance by the organisers. Specific conditions apply to invited speakers and delegates from the CEPOL network.


Registration

Academic scholars, delegates from institutions and bodies not affiliated to CEPOL, as well as officers and officials from outside the EU and from overseas are kindly requested to pre-register by completing the online application form for external participants here:

 

Pre-registration online form

 

Once accepted, participants will receive the registration form. The capacity of the conference is limited and the organisers recommend to apply for registrations early.


Costs

External participants have to pay a registration fee according to the chosen packages:

  • “Conference” 72 EUR (conference material, buffet lunches and coffee break refreshments)
     
  • “Conference & Dinners” 120 EUR (Conference pack plus two dinners on the 5th and 6th)
     
  • "Conference Comfort" 350 EUR (meals plus three night accommodation at a 4* hotel in Budapest) - deadline for registration is 28th of August


The final deadline for registration of "Conference" and "Conference & Dinners" packages  is 15 September.


Call for papers - CEPOL Research & Science Conference

The CEPOL 2016 Annual Police Research and Science Conference in the topic "Global trends in law enforcement training and education" in the co-organisation of the European Police College (CEPOL) and the National University of Public Service (NUPS) will be held on 5-7 October 2016. Application is open for paper submission.


CEPOL 2016 Annual Police Research and Science Conference

Global trends in law enforcement training and education


Date: 5 – 7 October 2016

Venue: National University of Public Service, Ludovika square 2, Budapest, Hungary


Theme
Call for papers
Conference aim
How to participate
Important dates
Key contributors


Theme

The world of the early 21st century is truly a globalised world, due to world-spanning transport, communication and travel: goods, ideas and cultures are now shared more widely than ever before in human history. Cross-border financial investment and economic interdependence has become the normality, as well as continuous migration. Terrorism, cybercrime, financial fraud, organised criminal networks smuggling illicit drugs, firearms or people across international and global borders – there is an undeniable darker side to globalisation.

Globalisation of crime – or simply global crime – has been high on the agenda of governments, law enforcement institutions and academic scholarship for more than a decade. While there is an extensive body of analytic literature and practical guidance, less attention has been paid to the aspect of training and education of law enforcement staff and leaders in view of the process of globalisation and the global dimension of criminal acts.

The 2016 CEPOL European Police Research and Science Conference will put the focus on global trends in law enforcement training and education raising key questions under the following perspectives:

  • Is more, better, innovative training of police officers, border guards or customs agents a crucial part of the answer to the challenge of globalised crime?
  • Is law enforcement education ready for tackling crime on local, national, global level effectively?
  • How can internal and external scientific research efforts facilitate in improving training and education of law enforcement?
  • What are the major (new) trends in the training and/or education of law enforcement staff (on various hierarchy and specialisation levels) in various parts of the world and from the viewpoint of global or international organisation?
  • What are the factors leading to innovation and evolution in law enforcement training and education? Or hampering it?
  • Need reform and innovation of law enforcement training and education be thought from the top of hierarchy, or is there demand voiced by rank and file officers as well?
  • In what way has scientific research contributed so far – nationally or internationally – to define the relevant questions for empirical research or to deliver research-based answers to deal with the issues raised?

Call for papers

The conference organisers from CEPOL and the National Public Service University of Hungary are inviting papers to the conference on global trends in law enforcement training and education.

Preference is for contributions tackling the nexus of global crime and the challenges for law enforcement training and education on the global, continental or national level. Papers on cross-border cooperation and the development of European police science are considered for acceptance as well.

Law enforcement educators, specialists and leaders are encouraged to contribute in the same way as scientists and academics are invited to present their research findings.

Accepted papers will be featured in panels (max. 30 min) or presented in one of the open paper workshop sessions (15 min) during the conference.


Submissions must include the title, full name of author(s), institution and email address, keywords and abstract in English of no more than 300 words and shall be sent by email with the subject heading “paper submission” to this email address.

Deadline for submissions is 15 June 2016.

Successful applicants will be informed by 8 July 2016 at the latest.


Conference Aim

For the 13th time, the CEPOL European Police Research and Science Conference will be a platform for law enforcement officers in leading positions, police educators and trainers, as well as distinguished academic scholars and researchers for exchanging (new) research findings, educational ideas and concepts as well as for engaging in a professional and informed discussion around issues of police science, research and education.

Global trends can only be defined from an international perspective - the development and progress of scientifically sound research informing and shaping law enforcement practice or education varies across countries and forces in Europe and worldwide. Thus the organisers are seeking input from a wide circle of international institutions, countries and research projects. Not only shall the variations in training and education be addressed by the contributions to the conference but also similarities, best practices, chances and possible limitations of “global trends in law enforcement training and education”.

As in earlier CEPOL Research and Science Conference events, there will be a strong emphasis on creating dialogue and interaction among the speakers and participants.

In the course of the conference, keynotes, parallel sessions and open paper workshops will allow the presentation and discussion of institutional approaches and experiences, as well as of research projects and findings. In particular the open workshops will provide an opportunity to discuss theoretical and practical research problems, as well as European and international networking.


How to participate

Registration


Academic scholars, delegates from institutions and bodies not affiliated to CEPOL, as well as officers and officials from outside the EU and from overseas are kindly requested to pre-register by completing the online application form for external participants here:

Pre-registration online form

Once accepted, participants will receive the registration form. The capacity of the conference is limited and the organisers recommend to apply for registrations early.


Costs

The conference fee for external participants is approx. 60 EUR, covering conference materials, coffee breaks and lunches on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

There will be also a limited “conference pack” offer, including hotel accommodation booking on 4-7 October, all meals and refreshments, conference material, airport transfer and public transport.


Important dates

15 June – deadline for paper submissions

08 July – notification on paper acceptance

08 August – deadline for “conference pack”- registrations

08 September – closure of registrations


Key Contributors

Key contributions by high-profile experts and practitioners are expected from:


CEPOL European Joint Master Programme started

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On 12 October 2015, CEPOL organised jointly with the Hungarian National University of Public Service the opening ceremony of the CEPOL European Joint Master Programme.
The event brought together high-level representatives, experts, consortium members and students to mark the kick-off of the first module of the Master programme.
The ceremony featured keynote speeches of Prof. Dr. András Patyi, Rector of the National University of Public Service, Dr. Sándor Pintér, Minister of Interior of Hungary, Christian Gatti, Chair of the Governing Board of the European Police College, Prof. Dr. Alejandro Tiana Ferrer, Rector of the National Distance Education University in Spain, Gerd Thielmann, Vice-President of the German Police University, and Dr. Ferenc Bánfi, Director of the European Police College.
The European Joint Master Programme is a two-year course initiated by the European Police College. It is the first EU training programme that provides master level education to law enforcement officers on topics relevant to the security of the European Union and its citizens.
The first course of the class launched this year was held on 12 October 2015 at the Ludovika Campus of the National University of Public Service.

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The National University of Public Service signed a framework for collaboration agreement with the European Police College (CEPOL) in 2014 and the course on hate crime was the first programme organized under this framework at NUPS. It was the first time that CEPOL arranged such a course in this topic, therefore both participants and organizers had high expectations for it.

The course was implemented as the result of 5 months’ organisation. The main organizers were Dr. Andrea Kozáry college professor (Course assistant), dr. Rita Kiss (moderator), colleague of the Faculty of Law Enforcement at NUPS, Ms. (Pol. Col.) Emese Horváczy, colleague of the International Training Centre of the Ministry of Interior. The manager of the course was Dr. Judit Nagy, acting Vice-dean for Scientific and International Affairs at the Faculty of Law Enforcement at NUPS.

The course was very popular among applicants, and could ultimately include 30 international participants from the EU, Iceland, Norway and EUROPOL. In addition, 26 highly qualified lecturers and trainers have been invited to the course to ensure not only the appropriate quantitative but also qualitative standards. Joachim Kersten, the world famous professor of the German Police University in Münster, as well as representatives of the Fundamental Right Agency (FRA) and OSCE ODIHR also participated in the course, in addition to the attendance of professors from the United Kingdom and Poland along with professionals and representatives of civil organisations from Hungary.

Furthermore, leaders and colleagues of the Office of the Commissioner for Fundamental Rights, the National Institute of Criminology, the Eötvös Loránd University, the National Police Headquarters, Szeged Regional Court of Appeal, the TEV Foundation, the Law Science Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the National and Ethnics Legal Aid Bureau, the Working Group of Anti-Hate Crime, the Hungarian Helsinki Commission and the Háttér (Background) Society also participated.

The opening speech was delivered by Dr. József Boda, Dean of the Faculty of Law Enforcement at NUPS. Courses were organized in the International Training Centre of the Ministry of Interior. Apart from the theoretical presentations, interactive trainings and workshops also coloured the course at the Ludovika Campus of the National University of Public Service.

„The issue of hate crime is a well known phenomenon overall Europe with its regularization and management showing great differences on the continent” – said Dr. (Pol. Major) Judit Nagy, associate professor, acting Vice-dean for Scientific and International Affairs of the Faculty of Law Enforcement at NUPS.

According to the feed-back and opinions of students and trainers, the course was successful. The course was not only a professional event but an excellent opportunity for the international representation of NUPS, networking and introduction of the Hungarian law enforcement structure and operation as well as the Hungarian cultural values.


NUPS-CEPOL co-operation

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The National University of Public Service (NUPS) will join the European law enforcement leadership training programme announced by the European Police College (CEPOL). Accordingly, the two institutions have signed an agreement at the centre of CEPOL in Budapest.

Police Brigadier General Dr. Gábor Kovács, Vice-Rector for Education at NUPS and signatory of the agreement on behalf of the university reminded that one of the main strategic goals of NUPS is internationalization. He added that CEPOL’s training programme – consisting of seven modules and to be initiated in September 2015 – is related to the Master level law enforcement training at NUPS.

The European Police College programme receives one participant from each EU member state and offers a Master in European law enforcement. NUPS is not only involved in this programme through the Faculty of Law Enforcement but would also rely on the contribution of lecturers from the Faculty of Public Administration and the Faculty of Military Science and Officer Training.

The European Police College is the first EU institution the centre of which has moved to Budapest. Focusing primarily on organizing education, CEPOL synchronizes trainings and provides the prerequisites of harmonization. In addition, it supports the further training of law enforcement officers within EU member states’ respective law enforcement leaderships first and foremost in the area of crime prevention, the fight against organized crime and the protection of public order.