• Exchange, enlargement and consolidation of necessary knowledge in order to achieve cross-border/international police Tasks for the Police officers concerned.
  • Exchange of relevant knowledge about legal and organizational conditions and practical possibilities and different forms of international police cooperation.
  • Exchange of relevant knowledge about the social, economic and political background and about police experiences, regarding particularly dangerous manifestations of cross-border, international and transnational crime (especially organised crime and crime using new technology, economic and environment crime).
  • The establishment, development and preservation of personal contacts in order to build a confident relationship and to create a future, guarantee for a rapid and unbureaucratic transmission of information, in the frame of laws and regulations.
  • Reduction of problems regarding communication, understanding and prejudice. Language problems make police communication difficult; common special terms for the police are necessary at a certain level.
  • Central European Police Academy is mainly a "place for learning practical police work" moreever CEPA performs seriously educational and socialisation skills. Participants will  not only learn to think analytically, but also to adopt a critical view of structures, behaviour patterns and procedures in their police work.
  • The aim of CEPA is also to strengthen social and communicative competences, and managerial skills.
  • European integration is a special task of Central European Police Academy. Joint education and training will accelerate the process of finding common European police standards and common organisational and legal measures within Europe. In this way, CEPA contributes to harmonizing any conflicting interests the Member States may have

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