Limited visibility, reduced oxygen conditions and self-help in tactical conditions were some
of the exercises conducted in the Police School in Slupsk in the framework of the EUPST II project.

The idea of ​​EUPST II (European Union Police Services Training II) is to strengthen the crisis management capabilities of CSDP missions and exchange experiences in this area.
The programme envisages training up to two thousand policemen from different countries
by 2018, building a coherent management and training system and strengthening interoperability.

It was the second time that the Police School in Slupsk hosted the EUPST II training.
In September 2017 more than 50 policemen from the European Union and the African Union participated in the training. This year the main topic of the training was Cross-cutting issues related to Mentoring, Monitoring and Advising in mission area. The venture combined variety of subjects from the general concept of EU CSDP missions and operations through the meaning of cultural awareness for efficient MMA activities in mission area, human rights protection, operational dimension of dialogue facilitation to policing within vulnerable communities in mission-related situations.

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Poland is going to organise next EUPST II course 19-25 September 2017

Poland is going to organise next EUPST II course focused on cross-cutting issues related to MMA in mission area on 19-25 September 2017.

The aim of the EUPST II programme is to build up police capabilities such as interoperability (cooperation), harmonisation (standardisation) and an international network. These capabilities are required to participate in international crisis management operations of the European Union, the United Nations, the African Union and other international organisations. The programme comprises larger exercises, task-specific training programmes and academic knowledge transfer.

The members of the EUPST II consortium are: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Germany, Estonia, European Police Academy (CEPOL), Finland, France, Italy, The Netherlands (Royal Netherlands Marechaussee), The Netherlands (National Police Force), Poland, Portugal, Romania (Jandarmeria), Romania (police), Spain (Guardia Civil), Spain (police), United Kingdom

The integration and preparation of police forces from various European countries participating in European Union crisis management missions was the main goal of the five-day exercise that took place at the Police School in Slupsk, Poland on 3-7 October 2016.

The training scope was tactical rescue in situations threatening the lives and health of mission personnel and was designed for a group of 45 law enforcement officers (police and gendarmes) from the European Union. The programme included theoretical issues, exchange of mission experience and practical exercises whose aim was to assist policemen and gendarmes in better preparation for the mission.


Kick-off meeting of the Calls under the 2015 Annual Work Programme

The Internal Security Fund – Police & the Drugs Policy Initiative

8th February 2017, 9AM – 3.30/4PM at the DG Migration and Home Affairs premises in Brussels.

During the KOM DG Home presented Best practices for project management – Financial issues and financial reporting requirements and instructed the participants of awarded call on how to launch, implement and monitoring the Grant.