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Europol

European Police Office, an international association devoted to fighting cross-border organized crime within the European Union.
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Catherine De Bolle was selected by the Council from a list of suitable candidates proposed by the management board of Europol.
Mektic told the media after the meeting that the representatives of Republika Srpska MIA insisted that the contact-point be at the address Trg BiH 1, as indicated in the Agreement on Operational and Strategic Cooperation with EUROPOL, although it is just the address, not the exact location.
Located in The Hague, Europol maintains a staff consisting of over 1,000 people representing all 28 E.
Europol said that despite increasing cross-border cooperation 'significant barriers in international cooperation and information exchange remain, revealing the urgent need for supranational overview in increasingly global markets.
The post We're waiting for you: police urge wanted man to return in new Europol campaign appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
On a visit to their HQ in the Netherlands yesterday, Matheson said: "As the Home Secretary said recently, Europol have played an important role in keeping us safe.
Europe is currently facing the most significant terrorist threat in over 10 years," a press release from Europol said Monday, adding, "More attacks in the EU may happen in the future.
The group smuggled "irregular migrants to the UK via two routes: either from Turkey or Greece to Belgium and then on to the UK in vehicles driven by Czech and Slovak drivers, or from Bulgaria or Serbia to the Czech Republic, and then via Germany to the UK by ferry or train," Europol said.
This is one good reason to mention that the support of some European governments for the armed terrorists and (radical) Islamists in Syria, who are fighting against the Syrian state, is counterproductive and even a threat for the future - there is no reason to not believe that some of the jihadists and terrorists fighting on Syrian soil will later start to threaten the security of European states," Europol report read.
In a press release issued today (10 February 2012) the Europol said, "on 6 February 2012, judicial authorities and officers from the Finnish Border Guard, French Police (O.
Europol said that the arrests in Spain, Bulgaria, Italy, the US, Poland, and Germany were a result of an investigation that continued for a month.