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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.

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the senseless French terrorist attacks

The European Confederation of Police (EuroCOP) is profoundly saddened by the senseless French terrorist attacks where 17 victims lost their lives. Amongst these victims there were three police officers who died while doing their...

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the senseless French terrorist attacks

The European Confederation of Police (EuroCOP) is profoundly saddened by the senseless French terrorist attacks where 17 victims lost their lives. Amongst these victims there were three police officers who died while doing their...

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EuroCOP President Anna Nellberg: Charlie Hebdo

EuroCOP supports our French colleagues and journalists.

Our thoughts and deepest condolences are with our murdered French colleagues and journalists and their families. The terrorist attacks in Paris are an attack on our...

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EuroCOP President Anna Nellberg: holidays, Christmas and 2015 ...

Dear Colleagues,

Christmas and the advent of a new year provide an opportunity to reflect on the year just gone and the one ahead, and to spend some time with family and friends.

This year has been another year full of...

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EuroCOP Newsletter 6 is out!

The new EuroCOP Newsletter is out. Number 6 that is. Download it here!

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Agnes Jongerius adresses Health and Safety Committee

November 25 was the plenary session on Health and Safety at work place in the European Parliament in Strasbourg and Agnes Jongerius, with whom the ExComm had a meeting half november, has made during this debate a clear reference...

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