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Information about the website and terms and conditions of use

The online service provides information about the Police University College. We publish contents in Finnish, Swedish and English. The Police University College is responsible for the site as a whole.

By using our site you accept the following functions that apply to the use of the site. Further information is provided on this site.

This section also includes the accessibility statement of the website.

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The start page: The start page contains Police University College news and highlights focusing on Police University College key topics, functions and services.

The search engine: The internal search engine on the site helps to find information. The search function is available at the top and bottom of each page. By default, the search covers the entire contents of the site.

Feedback: You can use the feedback form to send feedback to the Police University College. We will process the feedback during office hours. We will reply within two weeks, provided you give your contact details. Please do not send confidential information on the feedback form. The website in Finnish also uses the Askem feedback tool for sending anonymous feedback about the site. The Askem section (Did you find what you were looking for?) is visible at the bottom of the Finnish pages, if you have accepted the use of cookies on the site. We do not reply to Askem feedback, but we use the feedback to improve the website.

Media release subscriptions from the media service: Media representatives can subscribe to Police University College news via the police media service.

News subscription: Anyone can subscribe to Police University College news via the subscription service of the police, open for all.

RSS services: The online service provides news and blog texts also in RSS feed format. For the address of the RSS feed, click on the RSS icon next to the news/blog list.

Social media: The pages contain highlights from our social media channels if you have accepted the use of cookies on the website. The site does not send user information through extensions for social media. Further information about the topic is available on this page at Extensions for social media. You can verify the official Police University College social media accounts and channels at

Web browsers and terminal devices

The site is responsive and the scalable contents adapt to your terminal device. The most recent browser versions display the pages in the best possible way.

If the pages are not displayed properly in your device, please send us feedback, specifying your problem and your device, operating system and the browser you use, to enable us to investigate the problem.

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File downloads and reader applications

PDF files can be viewed with the most recent browser versions. Alternatively, you can download Adobe Acrobat Reader software free of charge on the Adobe website.

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The videos embedded in the website open for streaming from a separate server in a format supported by your terminal device.

The web service offers news and blog items as RSS feeds. To read the RSS feed, it's a good idea to use a reader app or browser extension.


Our aim is for the website to be accessible to all users. Production of the website is guided by accessibility requirements pursuant to the Act on the Provision of Digital Services.

You are welcome to provide feedback on the accessibility features of our website. We use the feedback to improve the contents of the website. If you wish to send us official accessibility feedback, please send the feedback by email at [email protected]. Please state in your message that the feedback is related to the online service. Please see the accessibility statement for more detailed information about the subject.

View the accessibility statement of website

Data protection and website terms and conditions of use

The Police University College is committed to protecting the privacy and personal data of site visitors in line with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).


We use cookies to improve the user experience on our site. Cookies provide us with data about visits to the site and the data enables us to develop the site further. The cookies do not collect nor save personal data.

Your approval of cookies remains valid for one year on the browser you used to accept the cookies.

When you visit the website for the first time, you are asked whether you accept cookies. You can prevent the use of cookies, but if you do so, the website will not function in the best possible way. For example, you will not see the embedded videos on the site. You can change your cookie preferences at any time. The Change cookie settings button is below.

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Data on visits to the site is collected from the website for the Siteimprove analytics used by the police. The Police University College uses the data for the purposes of online service development.

General statistics collected of the use of the site include:

  • downloaded pages
  • time
  • IP address (anonymized)
  • browser
  • operating system.

Askem analytics, linked to the ‘Did you find what you were looking for?’ tool, is also used on the Finnish site. Data is collected of visits to the site, but not visitors.

Further information about analytics on Siteimprove website

Further information about analytics on Askem website

Copyrights to text, pictures and other contents

The Police University College holds copyright to the text and pictures published on the website.

Use of the texts on the site, and links to the site, are permitted in contexts that comply with good practice. The Police University College website should be given as the source.

The pictures on the website are subject to copyright and use of the pictures is subject to permission. To ask for permission, please contact Police University College Communication services ([email protected]). The pictures on the website may not be manipulated or modified without permission.

Use of the material or pictures is prohibited

  • for commercial, political (including election campaigns) or religious purposes
  • in any inappropriate manner or contrary to good practice.

Processing of personal data

We process all personal data carefully and legitimately and ensure appropriate data protection. We only save contact details and other data separately provided personally by the user, for responding to the user’s contact requests, questions and other feedback. For all of these services, there is a privacy statement for service users.

The Police University College’s privacy statements

Extensions for social media

The website contains links and connections to third party websites and so-called extensions for social media, including highlights from social media channels. Third-party plugins on the website are downloaded from the services’ servers. The site does not send user information through extensions for social media.

Third party terms of use and other terms and conditions apply to the services or apps of third parties on the website.

Legal disclaimer

We make every effort to provide correct and up-to-date information on the website.

The Police University College shall not be held responsible for any damage caused by technical disruptions or material linked to the website, published by third parties.

The Police University College reserves the right to update, review and alter the terms of use and website content and layout.

The page was last updated on 18 August 2023.