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Where are we on this journey?

Just over half way of my first term as the President of EuroCOP I ask myself: “where are we on this journey”? Well, the road has been bumpy at times, especially in the beginning when in my view our focus …
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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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Firearms officer wins sex discrimination case with CNPF help.

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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EuroCOP in action

The Executive Committee after the Autumn Meeting consists of (from left to right) Jörg Bruchmüller, Mauricio Moya, Anna Nellberg, Miroslav Litva, Han Busker, Milan Štepánek and Roger Mercatoris.
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Firearms officer wins sex discrimination case with CNPF help.

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.

See the full report via this link.

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New Justice and Home Affairs policy fills the post-Stockholm gap, but lacks ambition

European police staff organisations and unions emphasise need to address serious issues faced by police officers today.

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ETUC strong worries concerning attacks against trade union in Spain.

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...

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CNPF Cpenhurst whistleblowers vindicated.

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...

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Stockholm Programme and EuroCop view

EuroCOP Policy Paper on the follow-up to the Stockholm Programme "A Future Framework"

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