About the Organization
The European Police Association of Romania on a voluntary basis takes part in ensuring and adhering to the agreement between Romania and the European Police Office "On Strategic Cooperation", European legislation, international conventions, international treaties ratified by Romania.

The European Police Association operates in accordance with the Constitution of Romania, the Laws of Romania "On Participation of Citizens in the Protection of Public Order and the State Border", "On the State Border of Romania", "On National Police", other legislative acts and international legal agreements and treaties to which the member is Romania.

The European Police Association of Romania maintains relations with the institutes, bodies and institutions established by the Treaty on European Union or the Treaty establishing the European Community, or on the basis of these treaties, in particular: 
- European Anti-Fraud Office; 
- European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders of the Member States of the European Union 
- European Police College; 
- The European Central Bank; 
- The European Observatory on Drugs and Drug Addiction

The European Police Association was founded in 1995 in Brussels.

The Association has more than a thousand officials from 25 European Union countries, with police powers, as well as members of the security forces of the EU and NATO. 

The European Police Association in Romania is involved in providing information, collecting information, analyzing information and interacting with law enforcement agencies in Romania to assist in exposing such serious forms of crime: 
  1. Drug trafficking; 
  2. Illegal money laundering activities; 
  3. Criminality related to nuclear and radioactive materials; 
  4. Ensuring channels of illegal immigration; 
  5. Trafficking in human beings; 
  6. Crime related to trafficking in stolen vehicles; 
  7. Intentional murder, serious bodily harm; 
  8. Illegal trafficking in human organs and tissues;
  9. Abduction of a person, illegal deprivation of liberty and seizure of a hostage; 
10. Racism and xenophobia; 
11. Organized theft; 
12. Illegal trade in cultural values, including antiques and works of art; 
13. Fraud and circumvention of the law for mercenary purposes; 
14. Recreation and extortion of funds; 
15. Manufacture of counterfeit and pirated products; 
16. Falsification of administrative documents and sales of forged documents; 
17. Falsifying, counterfeiting of means of payment; 
18. Computer crime; 
19. Corruption; 
20. Illegal trade in weapons, ammunition and explosives; 
21. Illegal trafficking in endangered species; 
22. Illegal trade in species and species of endangered plants; 
23. Criminality that harms the environment; 
24. Illegal trade in hormonal substances and other growth factors.