The European Confederation of Police (EuroCOP) is the umbrella organisation for 35 police unions and staff organisations in Europe.
Based in Luxembourg, we represent the interests of over half a million police officers in 27 European countries Today, EuroCOP is tackling issues from police cooperation across borders to a safer working environment for police officers on the street. We are determined to contribute to European policy debates and provide added value by giving a practitioners perspective.
EuroCOP was established in November 2002, and is an independent, non-profit and secular organisation and has no affiliation with any government or political party. Financed through member contributions, EuroCOP is open to any organisation representing police officers in member countries of the European Union or the Council of Europe.
The Confederation of Malta Trade Unions – CMTU was set up in August 1959 to improve generally the economic and social conditions of employees, improve friendly relations between the federated organizations and to further cooperation and mutual consultation between them.
The CMTU has no political party affiliations. Whilst its constitution places certain confederal obligations on the affiliates, it still allows individual organisations free to act as they deem best in the interests of their members.
The CMTU is affliliated with the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) and the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), members of the European Economic and Social Committee - EESC.