THE EUROPEAN POLICE CONGRESS

CONGRESS STARTS IN:

2024/04/16 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

Venue: City Cube, Messedamm 26, 14055 Berlin

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

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NEWS

Only a few incidents in Saxony

Saxony’s Interior Minister Armin Schuster (CDU) recently presented the sixth situation report of the Coordination Office for the Prevention of and Fight against Extremism (KostEx) to the state cabinet. According to the report, in the period from 1 January to 30 June 2023, seven cases concerning eight persons with an extremist connection became known in…

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Right to a re-examination

In North Rhine-Westphalia, the Aachen Administrative Court has ruled in summary proceedings that the application of an interested person for training in the police civil service must at least be re-examined (case reference: 1 L 832/23). This is because the Land’s assessment that a specific tattoo on the applicant’s forearm – showing a handshake with…

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Permanent no-weapons zone at Hamburg Central Station

A permanent no-weapons zone now exists at Hamburg Central Station. With this, the Senate is implementing another element of its package of measures for more security there. In future, the weapons ban will apply in the main railway station, including all public railway facilities as well as the underground connections. In addition to firearms and…

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Memorandum of Understanding signed with Kyrgyzstan

The Federal Government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding in Berlin to establish comprehensive migration cooperation with Kyrgyzstan. The agreement was signed on behalf of the Federal Government by Dr Joachim Stamp, Special Representative for Migration Agreements, and on behalf of Kyrgyzstan by Foreign Minister Dscheenbek Kulubajew. In view of Germany’s need for skilled labour,…

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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 99, - Euro plus VAT.

Members of the industry pay 1.100, - 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