THE EUROPEAN POLICE CONGRESS

TOPIC 2021:

Europe in crisis mode: Legitimacy – Leadership – Equipment

Europe’s politics and society focuses on many crises, currently the challenges posed by Corona. So far unknown, practiced legal, ethical, and security-related questions arise. Demonstrations in some European countries show that not all parts of the population support their government’s path in combating the pandemic concerning its duration, extent and intensity. But security issues that were important before Covid-19 are still on the agenda. Migration, right-wing extremist structures and dangers from cyber space concern security agencies in Europe to the same dimension during the pandemic.

CONGRESS STARTS IN:

2021/02/09 08:00:00

THE EUROPEAN POLICE CONGRESS IN BRIEF:

  • International platform for the executive level of the European police
  • Key notes from Ministers of the Interior and Justice from many European countries
  • Meeting point of political and police decision makers
  • Main program with international celebrities from politics, administration and economy
  • Specialist program with international experts
  • Accompanying exhibition of the leading manufacturers of system solutions

The European Police Congress meets annually in February in Berlin. Admission exclusively by invitation only for competent authorities and industry.

Speaker

Over 160 speakers attend the conference


Current topics

Largest international conference for internal security in Europe

Meals included

Coffee, lunch and dinner during the conference

Panels

Approximately 25 panels over two days

Participants

Around 1,950 participants from numerous nations

Venue: bcc Berlin Congress Center GmbH, Alexanderstr. 11 (Alexanderplatz), 10178 Berlin

Now safety first

A comprehensive hygiene concept is designed for our events, taking into account the number of participants as well as the local and spatial conditions, and discussed with the local health authorities. Consistent hygiene measures and sufficient distance rules ensure your safety at our events.

Facts about the Police Congress

The European Police Congress is an international congress for decision makers from police forces and security authorities and industries. Its intention is to strengthen the dialogue between the authorities and enable the participants to establish new contacts to colleagues from all over the world.

Every year critical discussions on upto-date issues are held and the latest developments in technologies for the professional use in the security sector are presented by the exhibitors. The European Police Congress is the largest conference for internal security in the European Union. Annually the conference is a meeting place for about 1.950 experts from more than 20 countries. Representatives of polices, border polices, secret services as well as governments, parliaments and industries participate in the conference.

The European Police Congress is organized by the “Behörden Spiegel”, Germany’s leading newspaper for public authorities with support of national and European authorities.

The European Police Congress is an annual conference taking place in Berlin at the beginning of each year.

  • International platform for the executive level of European politics
  • Keynote speeches by the interior ministers
  • Meeting point for political and police decision-makers
  • Attendance of interior ministers, European delegates, secretaries of state, government officials, police and border guard authorities, and executive committees of companies from more than 20 nations

IMPRESSIONS

REGISTRATION FEES

Representatives or embassy staff attend the Police Congress free of charge (proof required).

Members of security authorities, police, military police, customs, parliaments, ministries, other authorities or students pay 80, - Euro plus VAT.

Members of the industry pay 980, - Euro plus VAT.

  • Lunch on both days
  • Evening reception on the first day of the event
  • Refreshments and drinks in the breaks
  • Conference documents
  • Subscription to the journal Behörden Spiegel