Project Stakeholders

PARTNER COUNTRIES

  • People's Democratic Republic of Algeria
  • the Arab Republic of Egypt
  • Israel
  • the Kingdom of Jordan
  • Lebanon
  • Libya
  • the Syrian Arab Republic
  • the Kingdom of Morocco
  • Palestine
  • the Republic of Tunisia
  • the Member States of the European Union
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IMPLEMENTING CONSORTIUM

The Euromed Police IV Project is implemented by a consortium led by CIVI.POL Conseil under the supervision of the European Commission (DG NEAR).

LEADER

CIVI.POL CONSEIL

Consulting and Service company of the French Ministry of Interior

PARTNERS

DCI

Directorate for international cooperation of the French Ministry of Interior dealing with the implementation of the French foreign strategy in the field of homeland security

FIIAPP

the FIAPP is a Public institution that manages the participation of Spanish Administrations in international technical cooperation projects in partnership with the Spanish Ministry of Interior.

GIZ

German body for international cooperation

ISEMI

International Security and Emergency Management Institute is a non-profit organisation registered within the Ministry of Interior of the Slovak Republic

Ministero Dell’Interno

The Italian Ministry of Interior – Public Security Department

SUPPORTING PARTNERS

LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES

EUROPOL

Europol is the European Union’s law enforcement agency. AS such, Europol assists the 28 EU Member States in their fight against serious international crime and terrorism, and cooperates with many non-EU partner states and international organisations.
Hosting the Euromed Threat Forum, Europol plays a central role in the implementation Euromed Police Project

CEPOL

The CEPOL is the agency of the European Union dedicated to develop, implement and coordinate training for law enforcement officials.
The CEPOL is the host of the Euromed Knowledge base, which is the project’s tool for the ongoing exchange of experience and development of training material

INTERPOL

INTERPOL is the world’s largest international police organization. Its mission is to prevent and fight crime through enhanced cooperation and innovation on police and security matters.
INTERPOL provides support to the capacity building pillar of the Euromed Police Project. Eventually, Euromed Police ambitions to enhance the use of Interpol’s databases in the Partner countries of the Project.