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"1st Meeting of the USPE Executive Committee 2021 via Video Conference"

Due to the persistent Covid-19 pandemic, the 1st USPE EC Meeting 2021 took place on 24th April 2021 via Video Conference with the participation of all ten members of the USPE Executive Committee.

Based on the results of the Meeting of the USPE Technical Commission on the previous day, decisions were made on the USPE Sports Calendar and the further steps in the USPE.

The aim of the USPE to encourage sport throughout the European police forces and coordinate the preparation, organisation and control of international competitions in all sports disciplines as well as to build up social, cooperative and professional relations is supported by the EC’s decisions and can hopefully be realised again soon by holding the first European Police Championship in 2021, depending on the developments of the current pandemic.

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"1st Meeting of the USPE Technical Commission 2021 via Video Conference"

As the 1st USPE TC Meeting 2021 could not take place in Prague/Czech Republic as planned due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the USPE Secretary General convened a Video Conference on 23rd April 2021.

All eight Technical Delegates, the President, the Secretary General and the General Treasurer of the USPE participated.

During the meeting, the following important topics were discussed - especially with regard to the current pandemic situation in Europe: the organisation of the USPE European Police Championships planned for 2021 and 2022, the preparation of further USPE Meetings and the 40th Congress, possibilities for the introduction of USPE Cups, the implementation of the new Anti-Doping Regulation and Data Protection, the update of the USPE Rules & Regulations and Forms, the work on the new EPLA Project as well as the Cooperation with International Sport Organisations and Projects.

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USPE-Sports-Calendar

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USPE Anti-Doping Newsletter 2021

USPE Anti-Doping Newsletter 2021





Report of the 39th USPE Congress 2020

Report of the 39th USPE Congress 2020



"2nd Meeting of the Executive Committee via Videoconference on the 29th August 2020"

Like the TC Meeting the 2nd EC Meeting could not take place in Prague/Czech Republic due to the current situation with Covid-19.
The numerous agenda items were dealt with and discussed in a concentrated manner.
In particular, the future planning of European police sport in times of the Corona crisis was in the foreground.


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"2nd Meeting of the Technical Commission"

Due to the current situation with Covid-19, the 2nd TC Meeting could not take place in Prague / Czech Republic.
The Secretary General of the USPE has therefore convened a video conference on August 28th, 2020.
All Technical Delegates, the President and the General Treasurer of the USPE participated.
Important topics - especially with regard to the corona epidemic, sports and the Congress in November were discussed.


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USPE-Sports-Calendar

USPE-Sports-Calendar




The Dutch Police Sports Association celebrates its 90th Anniversary!

On 25 June 2020 the Dutch Police Sports Association (NPSB) celebrated its 90 years of existence. This anniversary was a good reason for some cake! It also provided a moment to reflect, but especially look forward. In the coming years, the NPSB wants to invest in enabling police sports aims to be inclusive, with emphasis on recreational sports, connection and innovation, regardless of rank, age, and sports experience.

The motto of the NPSB is: move, connect and innovate.

Due to the current measures taken in relation to Covid-19, the NPSB continues to think of different and above all safe ways to sport and exercise. Within the NPSB they are looking at possibilities on many different levels, so they can enable their police athletes to participate in small-scale outdoor activities, such as sports clinics and workshops.
At this moment the NPSB is brainstorming about a new concept for the National Police Sports Day. The idea is to use virtual reality or apps, so everyone can experience a sportsday or week at their own location, in a new innovative and connective way.

As one of our founding members, the NPSB is well connected to the USPE. The USPE congratulates the NPSB and hopes for yet a very long collaboration.



NPSB



COVID-19 Crisis: Impact on European Police Sport




Impact on European Police Sport



 

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