This is a copy of the EMCDDA's first working arrangement with the European Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL), signed in Budapest and aimed at boosting learning and knowledge exchange in the area of security. The signatories were EMCDDA Director Alexis Goosdeel and CEPOL Executive Director Montserrat Marín López. The new accord aims to improve the agencies’ capacity to deliver training to the European law-enforcement community and reinforce the drug-related content of training curricula. The ultimate aim is to help reduce the supply of illicit drugs in Europe. More information is available in this news release: EMCDDA and CEPOL sign new accord to boost learning on security issues
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