Europol is the European Law Enforcement Organisation which aims at improving the effectiveness and co-operation of the competent authorities in the Member States in preventing and combating terrorism, unlawful drug trafficking and other serious forms of international organised crime.
Europol considers that a balanced representation of women and men is important just as an adequate representation of nationals of all Member States and of the official languages of the European Union. Therefore Europol encourages particularly women from all Member States to apply for these vacancies.
The core business of Europol is to receive exchange and analyse information and intelligence with the aim of combating serious and organised crime across the European Union. By facilitating co-operation between Member State law enforcement organisations. Europol will support them in their fight against serious and organised crime. Working within an established legal framework.
Europol is a centre of excellence for information exchange and analysis. Europol is a dynamic organisation and works within an environment which presents many challenges and opportunities.