14th Edition of the CEPOL Conference (European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training) – 28/30 November 2017, Budapest, Hungary

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14th Edition of the CEPOL Conference (European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training) – 28/30 November 2017, Budapest, Hungary

The guiding theme for the CEPOL Research and Science Conference in 2017 is “Innovation in Law Enforcement – Implications for Practice, education and civil society”. Innovations are examined through the lens of scientific research and academic study and looking at the implications from three different angles: 1. from the point of view of the police or law enforcement officers; 2. from the point of view of the teachers, trainers, educators in the law enforcement education systems; 3. from the point of the citizens, who will be subject to and beneficiaries of innovative law enforcement practices.

Project findings from the EU-funded FP7 and H2020 programmes on technological innovations (body-cams, predictive policing, drones, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity) will be presented alongside innovative ideas and approaches for training and educating officers adapting to innovative new tools and environments.

As before, the CEPOL 2017 Research and Science Conference will convene practitioners in policing and other areas of law enforcement, trainers, educators and scientific scholars from Europe and the international sphere.

Link: https://www.cepol.europa.eu/science-research/conferences/2017