Security Architectures in the EU

Schlagwort: CEPOL

  • Connecting Europol and Interpol: EU provides more surveillance in Libya

    Connecting Europol and Interpol: EU provides more surveillance in Libya

    The EU mission EUBAM, which was actually set up to support border management, is building up a counter-terrorism „analysis unit“. This includes equipping it with analytical software. The European Union wants to support the government in Libya in building up intelligence structures. A Libyan „National Counter-Terrorism Team“ (NCTT) is to set up an „analysis unit“ […]

  • Plans for more data exchange: EU agreement with Interpol delayed

    Plans for more data exchange: EU agreement with Interpol delayed

    So far, only EU states and Europol are allowed to access databases at Interpol, but soon Frontex and the new public prosecutor’s office will be allowed to do so as well. The EU Parliament has drawn red lines for the negotiations. As an intergovernmental organisation, Interpol aims to facilitate international police cooperation in the field […]

  • Terrorism, crime, migration: Nine EU agencies active because of Ukraine war

    Terrorism, crime, migration: Nine EU agencies active because of Ukraine war

    Most of the action is being taken by Europol and Frontex, which together have deployed around 280 staff to the region. Eurojust collects evidence against war crimes. The agency for the operation of large databases, on the other hand, plays a minor role. At the end of March, the European Council called on its member […]

  • New Frontex command structures: Vice directors begin their work

    New Frontex command structures: Vice directors begin their work

    Since 2016, the EU border agency has been given considerably more power. A new management post is now responsible for the currently established armed border force, a deportation unit and data retention. With two new regulations, the Council of the European Union and the Parliament have equipped the border agency Frontex with new capabilities and […]