New European rules to help tackle cyber and other crime

The EU parliament has approved an update of European police college rules to help Cepol keep pace with security threats such as cyber crime.

Warwick Ashford

Training and co-operation across Europe’s national police authorities is to be stepped up by the EU’s police college Cepol to counter cyber crime, organised crime and terrorist threats after the European Parliament approved an update of the rules to help it keep pace with developing security threats.
“The urgency and continuous development of security threats, such as terrorism and cyber crime, or the growing demand by migratory flows, make it crucial that European law enforcement authorities receive training of highest standard and are equipped with the most modern tools,” said lead MEP Kinga Gál.
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