Brussels-based EU staff gets first-hand impression of the situation on the ground in Palestine

This week, the Mission welcomed two delegations from the EU in Brussels. Both visits aimed at familiarizing the Brussels-based staff with the situation on the ground and to establish a real-time picture of the operational environment in the occupied...

Head of Mission and Palestinian Chief of Police welcomed by Portuguese Police Director

Maintaining a constant development of police services and enhancing the skills of senior Police Officers are vital for Police progress.
This week, the Chief of the Palestinian Civil Police led a team of senior Palestinian Police Officers, who...

Join us in celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Sustainable peace, development and security are possible only when grounded upon respect for human rights, democracy and rule of law. As part of the EU family, EUPOL COPPS is committed to promoting and protecting human rights throughout our actions...

Leadership, Command and control in police operations

Defining clear and objective command and control rules is crucial and decisive for the success of police operations, especially in operations involving a high degree of risk and threat.
The three-day training event for 10 Palestinian police...

Understanding the psychology of crowds

For any police service, understanding the psychology of crowds is a key factor in handling demonstrators and enabling the police to avoid using force.

Mission essential translations

The interpretation and translations servi­ces offered by the Mission’s translation teams are indispensable to the Mission in accomplishing its Mandate.
Eleven dedicated interpreters enable the Mission to engage and interact with its Arabic speaking...