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European Union Police Services Training 2011 2013
Following the European Councils in Feira in June 2000 and Göteborg in June 2001, the EU undertook to contribute to the strengthening of civilian capabilities to support stabilisation efforts in countries emerging from a situation of political crisis. It established concrete capability targets in four priority areas – police, rule of law, civilian administration and civil protection. The capabilities thus generated were intended to contribute to both EU-led operations and operations led by another multilateral actor, such as the UN, OSCE and the African Union.
The Feira Council envisaged the need for a pool of civilian experts capable of undertaking civil administration missions in the context of crisis-management operations, and if necessary, being deployed at very short notice.
Under the 2007, 2008 and 2009 Annual Action Programmes of the Instrument for Stability “crisis preparedness component”, the European Commission has been funding the so-called “European Union Police Forces Training” (EUPFT 2008, EUPFT 2009 and EUPFT 2010), an ambitious project that trained approximately 1,800 EU Member States’ police experts for participation in international policing missions.
Building on this successful experience, the 2010 Annual Action Programme of the Instrument for Stability “crisis preparedness” proposed to continue this training of EU police officers for deployment in civilian crisis management operations, while expanding it to police officers from other countries outside the EU and extending it from one to three years.
These new countries would had to be non-EU countries contributing to Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) missions and African Union countries, in order to also enhance the African Union’s civilian crisis management capacities in the field of international policing.
As a matter of fact, the 26th of October 2010, under the 2010 Action Plan of the EU Instrument for Stability, the European Commission published the call for proposal “European Union Police Services Training 2011-2013”.
This action would had to be based on the delivery of a training programme, possibly by a Consortium of EU police services, aiming at enhancing the international policing skills in civilian crisis management of around 2400 police officers from the EU, non-EU countries contributing to CSPD mission, and African Union Countries.
The training programme would had to consist of a minimum of 6 two weeks long training sessions over a 3 year period (2011-2013).
Comando Generale dell’Arma dei Carabinieri
Ufficio Cooperazione Internazionale
Viale Romania, 45 – 00197 Roma (Italy)
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Center of Eccellence for the Stability Police Units
Via Giacomo Medici, 87 – 36100 Vicenza (Italy)
Phone +39 0444 932 201 (CoESPU – International Affairs Office)
European Police College – CEPOL
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Ministry of Internal Affairs
National Gendarmerie Directorate
International Cooperation Directorate (DCI)
External Crises Management Division
Ministère des Affaires Etrangères
Direction de la Coopération de Sécurité et de Défense
37 quai d’Orsay, 75700 Paris 07 SP
Phone: +33 (0)220.127.116.11.20
Netherlands Ministry of Defence
Staff Commander Royal Netherlands Marechaussee
Department of International Policy Affairs, Relations and Cooperation
Core Planning Team Lowlands Grenade 2014/EUPST
MPC 58B; P.O. Box 90615; 2509 LP The Hague
email: KMAR.EUPST2013@mindef.nl • RA.Stocker@mindef.nl
Dirección General de la Guardia Civil
Secretaría de Cooperación Internacional
Calle Guzmán el Bueno, 110
28071 Madrid (Spain)
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