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EPU welcomes new member Print E-mail



A very warm welcome to our new member

“Sindikat Policije Hrvatske” from Croatia.


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Dear colleagues and friends,

EPU decided to start a charity campaign for raising money to support and help the children of police officers killed or injured in the line of duty during the protests in Ukraine.

These innocent children have a hard time by all the suffering around them, the pain from the loss of one of their parents, or the life-threatening injuries.

We can not delete the terrible things of violence and bloodshed that the eyes of these children have seen.

Even with a small contribution we can help to make a difference in the lives of these broken, disrupted police families.

Please help and support EPU with thas campaign to raise money for the children of our police colleagues. The police children of Ukraine campaign under EPU start today and  will finish at 30th April 2014.

The money collected will be summed ad published on and EPU Facebookpage.

If you would like to make your donation then please use our EPU bankaccount:

IBAN: AT763200000010319127 - BIC:RLNWATWW

Name of bank:                Raiffeisen Landesbank NÖ-Wien AG

                                       Michaelerplatz 3, A-1010 Wien

Accountholder:               Europäische Polizeiunion, Teinfaltstrasse 7, 1010 Wien

Please do make sure tht you inculde "policechildren" as feferece wit your donation.

If you have ay questions please contact JaqelineHirt ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it - +31 6 44210866)

Media appeal TUPU Print E-mail

Trade Union Police of Ukraine repeatedly publicly expressed its deep concern about the situation in the country, it warned sides of the conflict from bloodshed. However, our pleas were in vain. Cynic ignoration of increasing threats to national security, that are looming over the country, by both the authorities and the opposition, their selfish unwillingness to understand the true nature of the conflict and the withdrawal of its solution, resulted in a complete loss of control over the dangerous situation in the society.

Now eves, tha take place in Kyiv, became a tragedy of the Ukrainian people. In the capital of the state is the real fratricidal war, human blood is shed on both sides of "the barricades".

We appea to colleagues whose fae doomed to become participiants of today's evens. We must be guided by the interests of the people, because this is the highest value of human life, that we as police officers, who gave the oath of serving the people, have to preseve and protect.

We strongly condemn the use of weapons by thepartisipiants of the conflict. Andresponsble for the bloodshed on both sides must carry those who give criminal orders ad who perform them.

President of Trade union police of Ukraine

A. Onyshchuk

20th february 2014


Bulgarian Police officers celebrates the Professional Day on November 8, 2013 Print E-mail

Dear police colleagues from Bulgaria,


The Professional Day of Bulgarian Police  is a day to be proud of. Also a day to be grateful to them who have been killed during their policework.

Use this day to celebrate that you are in the middle of you colleagues. The colleagues with whom you share a wonderful, but also hard and dangerous profession. On your shoulders rests a great responsibility.

Be proud what you are doing today and tomorrow to keep our countries safe!

On behalf of all  policemen and policewomen in Europe, united under the EPU we wish you on this special day all the very best for the future.

Bless you all!!!



Gerrit van de Kamp

President of the European Police Union

Message of support to Police Unions in Belgium Print E-mail

European Police Union become aware of the mentioned demonstrations by the Belgium Police Unions on 23 October in Brussels. In this way they demand attention  to the increasing excessive violence against police officers in Belgium.

The united police associations making up the EPU call on the Belgium government to systematically adress and reduce the increasing rate and its consequences of violence against police officers.

EPU calls in Europe for:


  1. Improvement of legal status and compensation/remuneration for damages suffered by police officers who are victims of violence;
  2. An approach that makes the public aware that violence against police officers, as a part of the government, is unacceptable;
  3. Improvements in tracing, prosecution, and penalties for violence against police;
  4. Provision of education, training, and resources to enable police officers to adequately ensure their own safety.


European Police Union hereby lends its support to the Belgium Police Unions and its fightfor this legitimate claim.


On behalf of the Europen Police Union,

Gerrit van de Kamp


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