Policing the European Union

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

byMalcolm Anderson, Monica den Boer, Peter Cullen

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International co-operation in criminal law enforcement has become a centrally important policy issue for Europe in the 1990s. In criminal matters, when a decision is taken to go beyond the discretionary exchange of information towards institutionalized police co-operation, a whole Pandora'sbox of issues and problems is opened. This book, based on interviews in a wide variety of documentary sources, examines the progress of this co-operation. The authors cover all the major and theoretical issues associated with the emerging pattern of co-operation, including the harmonization ofcriminal law and criminal procedure, law enforcement strategies, police organization and discipline, and the politics of immigration and civil liberties. In a European Union without internal border controls there is widespread agreement on the objective of closer police co-operation. But prospects in some areas are not good and there are potential pitfalls, even dangers, along the road to more integrated arrangements. The authors conclude by makingrecommendations that proper accountability arrangements are a prerequisite of a balanced and efficient system of European police co-operation.

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International co-operation in criminal law enforcement is a policy issue of central importance for Europe in the 1990s. In criminal matters, when a decision is taken to go beyond the discretionary exchange of information towards institutionalized police co-operation, a Pandora's box of issues and problems is opened. This book, based on...

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International co-operation in criminal law enforcement has become a centrally important policy issue for Europe in the 1990s. In criminal matters, when a decision is taken to go beyond the discretionary exchange of information towards institutionalized police co-operation, a whole Pandora'sbox of issues and problems is opened. This boo...

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International co-operation in criminal law enforcement is a policy issue of central importance for Europe in the 1990s. In criminal matters, when a decision is taken to go beyond the discretionary exchange of information towards institutionalized police co-operation, a Pandora's box of issues and problems is opened. This book, based on...

Malcolm Anderson is a Professor of Politics, Director of International Social Sciences Institute at University of Edinburgh. Peter Cullen is a Jean Monnet Lecturer, European Institute at the University of Edinburgh.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:346 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.98 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198259654

ISBN - 13:9780198259657

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International co-operation in criminal law enforcement is a policy issue of central importance for Europe in the 1990s. In criminal matters, when a decision is taken to go beyond the discretionary exchange of information towards institutionalized police co-operation, a Pandora's box of issues and problems is opened. This book, based on interviews and a wide variety of documentary sources. examines the progress of this co-operation. The authors cover all the major and theoretical issues associated with the emerging pattern of co-operation, including the harmonization of criminal law and criminal procedure, law enforcement strategies, police organization and discipline, and the politics or immigration and civil liberties.

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'This work deals with all the major issues associated with the emergence of an ideal model of cooperation that would include the harmonization of criminal law, law enforcement strategies, police organization, immigration and civil liberties.'