European Council of Police Unions (ECPU)
Conseil européen des syndicats de police (CESP)
Consejo Europeo de Sindicatos de Policia (CESP)
1988-12 Avila Spain
Dec 1988, Avila (Spain). Also referred to as European Council of Police Trade Unions.
Work for understanding between police and citizens; make citizens and their representatives aware of the problems of the police; bring together police officers belonging to affiliated trade unions; ensure the proper performance of their duty and help improve and standardize their working conditions; defend the moral and material interests of affiliated trade unions and their members before the competent European courts; establish all lawful systems of trade union action not prejudicial to public order safety; promote the right to organize for police officers in the Council of Europe member states and oppose any restriction on that right.
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Congress (every 3 years); Executive Bureau. Works for the adoption of a 'European Police Charter' and respect of T-XT6119 - European Social Charter.
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