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Improving police-population relations – IMPPULSE Project

Good relations between the police and citizens are a key requirement for enabling the police to work effectively and impartially, and for the population to feel secure. However, these relations prove to be conflictual in certain European countries or cities, … More

For a police service close to and at the service of citizens – Resolution of Efus’ Executive Committee

For a police service close to and at the service of citizens Resolution of Efus’ Executive Committee  Matosinhos, 17 March 2016 The elected representatives from the Executive Committee of the European Forum for Urban Security call to mind the conclusions … More

Efus publishes Police-population relations: challenges, local practices and recommendations

Good relations between citizens and their police are a decisive factor in the population’s feeling of security; they are also key in enabling the police to work efficiently and with serenity. Because cities play a central role in local life, … More

How to improve police-population relations? Final conference of the IMPPULSE project

Brussels, November 2015 – The conference on “Police-population relations: Challenges, local practices and recommendations”, organised by Efus in collaboration with the city of Brussels and the Brussels Capital-Ixelles police zone, gathered some 110 participants from Belgium, Canada, Croatia, France, Germany, … More

Police-population relations: interview with Yvan Mayeur, Mayor of Brussels

In an interview with Efus, the Mayor of Brussels, Yvan Mayeur, explains why his city took part in the IMPPULSE project and how it will benefit residents. On 16-17 November, the city of Brussels will host the final conference of … More

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