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...

From basic training to strategic advice

Since the start of EUPOL COPPS in January 2006, the nature and level of Mission‘s activities has significantly evolved. EUPOL COPPS has progressed from basic training and equipment donations to the Palestinian Civil Police to delivering strategic...

Personal relations with our counterparts is of the essence

“It is important that we keep a personal relationship with our counterparts. Without their trust and cooperation, the Mission cannot work and operate“, says the Mission’s Deputy Head, Dr. Katja Dominik in her first video interview after she took up...

EUPOL COPPS hosts roundtable with Palestinian civil society organisations

This week, EUPOL COPPS hosted a number of prominent Palestinian civil society organisations for a roundtable discussion on the Palestinian Criminal Justice Chain.

Supporting oversight and accountability within the Palestinian Police

Within the Palestinian Civil Police (PCP), oversight, enhanced accountability and investigation of disciplinary issues is the responsibility of the Internal Security Department.

As such, internal security becomes a key component in eliminating...