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Our Members

EuroCOP believes that “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts”. By becoming a member of EuroCOP, national police organizations effectively have the opportunity to make their voice heard at the European level.

About us

The European Confederation of Police (EuroCOP) is the umbrella organisation for 30 police unions and staff organisations in Europe. We represent the interests of over 230,000 police officers in 25 European countries Today.

EuroCOP is a non-profit organisation representing the voice of European police officers. Striving to protect the rights, safety, values, and position in society of European police officers, EuroCOP is building stronger channels of communication and cooperation on policing across Europe.

The EuroCOP Statutes is the legal document that explains how the organisation is governed.

EuroCOP is composed of three core bodies, who define our vision and mission and shape our activities across Europe: the Congress, EuroCOP Committee and Executive Committee.

The Executive Committee is supported by the staff of the Confederate Secretariat located in Luxembourg.

The European Union is a union of 28 member states in Europe. EuroCOP cooperates with practically all institutions of the EU including the European Commission, The Council of Ministers and the European Parliament.

Elected by Congress, the Executive Committee is in charge of the day to day business of the organisation. Its current seven members meet on a monthly basis and represent EuroCOP towards the outside world. They are also tasked with preparing EuroCOP Committee meetings and Congresses.

Internal Security

The Problem By preventing and protecting citizens from threats, Europe’s police officers are rightly perceived as the guardians of safe societies. However, the evolving security threats and challenges force Europe’s

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Social Rights

The Problem EuroCOP are increasingly concerned about the social rights of police officers across Europe. Over the last few years, police organisations in Europe have seen the gradual erosion of

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Health and Safety

For EuroCOP it is of utmost importance that police officers are provided with the appropriate working conditions (e.g. working hours, resources, equipment and training) to allow them to perform their

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European Confederation of Police

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