European Confederation of Police - Civil Nuclear Police Federation
Pleased be advised that as from the 1st April 2009
the Civil Nuclear Police Federation has been granted official observer
status to the European Confederation of Police .
The of European Confederation of Police was founded in 2002 to
make the concerns of Police Officers in Europe heard and to make cooperation
in the E.U. work on a practical level to the benefit of citizens in the E.U.
The organisation is politically independent , democratically organised and
is the only organisation open to any organisation representing police
officers in member countries of the E.U or the Council of Europe.
The Vision Of EuroCOP and to which they are committed to are as follows:
Promoting , defending and developing the police profession and the role
of the police service as a civil democratically controlled public body.
Assisting member organisations in their work for members
taking an active role in developing an area of freedom, security and
Developing the efficiency of Police services under Public Control
Developing Standards on Qualification of Police Personnel
The Civil Status of Police Officers
Policing as a public task.
The European confederation ( EuroCOP ) represents over half a million
Police Officers in 33 countries. It has the ability to exert the combined
pressure of it's membership in cases where one of it's membership is faced
with a serious deadlock position and requires support.
Eurocop defends and promotes the Police Profession and the role of the
Police Service - The Civil Nuclear Police Federation - your police
federation has a requirement to have a voice within that foram, and it is
for that reason after many months of consultation we have achieved observer
status which serves as a probationary period for obtaining full membership.
The decision to make an application to join this organisation followed a
unanimous resolution made by the CNPF executive at their November 2008
Civil Nuclear Police Federation.
Chairman - Mr. Mark Nelson
Chief Exec. - Mr. Nigel Dennis