The European Confederation of Police, EuroCOP, serves as the voice of European police officers in Europe. It represents over half a million officers in 27 European countries dealing with issues ranging from cross-border police cooperation to a safer working environment for police officers on the street.
EuroCOP in action
In the United Kingdom with the help of the CNPF a firearms officer has won a sex discrimination case against nuclear police chiefs – because her gun was too big for her small hands.
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European police staff organisations and unions emphasise need to address serious issues faced by police officers today.
Statement March 19, 2014 BrusselsFor information: to all ETUC affiliates To The members of Irtuc Dear Colleagues,The Coordinating Committee of the Interregional Trade Union Councils, in its meeting held in Brussels on 6 March...
Capenhurst Five whistleblowers vindicated for speaking out on health & safety concerns within the Civil Nuclear Constabulary.
An Employment Tribunal has found the Civil Nuclear Constabulary guilty of discrimination against...
EuroCOP Policy Paper on the follow-up to the Stockholm Programme "A Future Framework"