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Title: Bericht des Europäischen Amtes für Betrugsbekämpfung
Title (other): Vierter Tätigkeitsbericht für das im Juni 2003 endende Jahr | Report of the European Anti-Fraud Office | Fourth
Activity Report for the year ending June 2003 | Rapport de l´Office Européen de Lutte Anti-fraude | Quatrième rapport
d´activité relatif à l´année prenant fin en juin 2003
Abstract
Bericht des Europäischen Amtes für Betrugsbekämpfung für das Jahr 2003. [Redaktion pp-guide]
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Europäisches Amt für Betrugsbekämpfung
Year: unknown
Language: en | de | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Parlamentaria und Reden
Keyword: fraudEUcorruptionprosecutionwhite-collar criminality
Subject: European Community institutions
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Ethnic profiling
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
Ethnic Profiling
1. The definition of ethnic profiling
2. Ethnic profiling in the context of anti-terrorism strategies and in the fulfilment of law enforcement duties
3. The protection of the individual against discriminatory ethnic profiling : the general framework
4. Ethnic profiling by public authorities: the situation in the EU Member States
5. The existing case-law on ethnic profiling
6. Studies or reports on practices of ethnic profiling
7. Deficiencies in the protection against racial profiling
8. Racial Profiling and Personal Data Protection
9. Racial Profiling and Redress Mechanisms
APPENDIX A : Comité P (Comité permanent de contrôle des services de police – Belgique), analysis of the complaints relating to racism in the year 2004- analyse des complaintes concernant le racisme au cours de l’année 2004)
APPENDIX B : Constitutional Court of Slovenia, judgment of 30 March 2006 (U-I- 152/03)
Author (Corp. Body): Network of Independent Experts on Fundamental Rights
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz, Freiheit und Sicherheit
Year: 2006
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: CFR-CDF.Opinion4.2006
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: discriminationethnic groupEUprosecution
Subject: European Community law in generalCriminal law
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: EPRIS : Study on possible ways to enhance efficiency in the exchange of police records between the Member States by
setting up a European Police Records Index System ; Final Report, Version 2.00
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Table of Figures
Table of Tables
1 Executive Summary
2 Introduction
2.1 Background
2.2 Study Objectives
2.3 Methodology
2.4 Difficulties encountered
3 Business needs
3.1 General user needs
3.2 Relevance of existing systems and tools
3.3 Information query and exchange needs
3.4 Information system requirements
3.4.1 Search criteria
3.4.2 Information available through EPRIS
3.4.3 System access and use
3.5 User needs conclusions
3.5.1 Challenges
3.5.2 Expert suggestions
4 Options under consideration
4.1 Baseline scenario: No New System/use of existing systems
4.2 Semi-Central System
4.3 Central System
5 Recommendations
5.1 Concrete actions – incremental progress
5.2 Improved use of existing systems
5.2.1 Europol Information System (EIS)
5.2.2 SIENA
5.2.3 SIS II
5.2.4 Prüm
5.2.5 Summary
5.3 Definition of the term “police record” at EU level
5.4 Evaluating criminal justice cooperation
5.5 EPRIS design
5.5.1 System architecture
5.5.2 Data and formats
5.5.3 Categories of persons
5.5.4 Access and searching modalities
5.5.5 Management Structure
5.5.6 Legal framework
5.5.7 Impact
6 Annexes
Annex 1: Acronyms and Abbreviations
Annex 2: Methodology
Annex 3: List of contacts undertaken at national and EU level
Annex 4: List of organisations interviewed
Annex 5: Summarised records of meetings with Member States and other stakeholders
Annex 6: Description of scenarios
Annex 7: Main study instruments
7.1 Questionnaire
7.2 Interview Guide
Annex 8: Status summary
Annex 9: Folders with filled out Questionnaires and Interview Guides
Annex 10: Relevant projects and systems in place
Annex 11: List of offences outside Europol’s mandate
Annex 12: Inventory of Member States' national legislations
Annex 13: Bibliography
Author (Corp. Body): Unisys | Institute for International Research on Criminal Policy, Gent
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Inneres
Year: 2012
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EUcooperationpoliceprosecution
Subject: European Community law in generalPublic administration. Executive power
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Title: Development of a European Crime Report : Improving safety and justice with existing crime and criminal justice data
Table of Contents
Preface
Contents
Figures
Tables
Boxes
Abbreviations
Executive Summary
Acknowledgements
CHAPTER 1 Improving Safety and Justice in the EU with Existing Crimeand Criminal Justice Data
1.1 A Move Towards Harmonisation
1.2 European Crime Report: Facilitating Harmonisation and Harnessing the Power of Existing Crime and Criminal Justice Data
1.3 Approach
1.4 Conclusions
CHAPTER 2 Data Collection on Crime and Criminal Justice for the European Union
2.1 Introduction
2.2 What Data are Currently Collected?
2.3 What is the Data Reporting Process and what are the Validity Checks?
2.4 How are these Data Formatted and Used?
2.5 Reasons for using Crime Data
...
2.6 Current Weaknesses of the Data and Data Systems
...
2.7 Recent Data Collection Efforts
...
2.8 Conclusion
CHAPTER 3 Reporting on Crime and Criminal Justice for the European Union
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Member State Reports
3.3 Reports in Various Contexts
3.4 Report Access
3.5 Additional Sources of Information
3.6 Conclusion
CHAPTER 4 Challenges to Creating a European Crime Report
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Difficulties with Comparability
...
4.3 Lack of Accuracy or Mistrust
...
4.4 Conclusion
CHAPTER 5 Smart Aggregation of Crime and Criminal Justice Data
5.1 Introduction
...
5.2 A Framework for Key Factors in Comparing Crime and Criminal Justice Phenomena Across Countries
5.3 Contextualisation: An Overview of Factors Affecting Crime Rates
...
5.4 Introducing “Smart Aggregation”
...
5.5 Concluding Comments
CHAPTER 6 Dissemination and Implementation Options
6.1 Introduction...
6.3 Developing a European Crime Report
...
6.4 Insight About Costs
...
6.5 Timeline for a Possible Course of Action
CHAPTER 7 Conclusions
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Key Findings
7.3 Dissemination and Implementation Options
7.4 Limitations
References
Reference List
Appendices
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Author: Hunt, Priscillia | Kilmer, Beau ; 128834951 | Rubin, Jennifer
Series Title:RAND Europe - Technical report
Contributer: Rand Europe, Cambridge
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Inneres
Year: 2011
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: JLS/2009/ISEC/PR/001
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: data exchangedata documentationEUcriminalityprosecution
Subject: European Community law in generalCriminal lawVarious information networks and systemsAnalysis and processing of information
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Study on the status of information exchange amongst law enforcement authorities in the context of existing EU
instruments : JLS/2009/ISEC/PR/001-F3
Table of Contents
1 Executive Summary
2 Introduction
2.1 Background
2.2 Objectives of the study
2.3 Methodology
2.4 Terminology
2.4.1 Law enforcement authorities
2.4.2 Information and intelligence
2.4.3 Information and IT Channels
3 Identification and analysis of current exchanges of information
3.1 National Structures
3.2 Legal bases
3.2.1 Principle of Availability
3.2.2 Swedish Initiative
3.2.3 Prüm treaty
3.3 Scale of cross-border information exchange
3.4 Types of information
3.5 Communication channels and information flows
3.5.1 Police Channel
3.5.2 Customs channels
3.5.3 Bilateral and Regional Channels
3.5.4 Police and Customs Co-operation Centres
3.5.5 Use and selection of communication channels
3.5.6 Relationship between formal and informal methods of exchanging information
3.5.7 Work flows and interconnections of law enforcement systems
4 Common obstacles hampering efficient cross-border information exchange
4.1 Legal problems
4.2 Technical problems
4.3 Bottlenecks
4.4 Redundancies
5 Identification of law enforcement needs
5.1 Access to data
5.2 Time Limits
5.3 Quality of information and criminal intelligence
6 Good practices
7 Recommendations and conclusions
7.1 Conclusions
7.2 Recommendations
8 Bibliography
Appendices
Author: Saloven, Matjaz | Grant, Euan | Hanel, Peter
Contributer: International Centre for Migration Policy Development, Wien | European Public Law Organization, Athen
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Inneres
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: JLS/2009/ISEC/PR/001-F3
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EUinformation exchangecooperationpoliceprosecution
Subject: European Community law in generalPublic administration. Executive powerVarious information networks and systems
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Study on “Best practices in vertical relations between the Financial Intelligence Unit and (1) law enforcement services
and (2) Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Reporting entities with a view to indicating effective models for
feedback on follow-up to and effectiveness of suspicious transaction reports.” : Final Report on feedback
Table of Contents
I. INTRODUCTION
a. Executive summary
b. The setup of the report and study:
c. The scope of the study:
II. METHODOLOGY OF WORK
a. The collection of the necessary information
b. The institutions visited:
c. The desk-analysis, site interviews and team cooperation
III. DEFINITION AND TYPES OF FEEDBACK
a. Definition of Feedback
b. Types of feedback:
c. Feedback in cases of financing of terrorism:
d. Feedback, the legal aspects:
e. Feedback, the operational aspects:
f. Timing of the feedback:
IV. FEEDBACK EU BENCHMARKING ANALYSIS
a. The overall feedback level within the EU:
b. Good practices of feedback:
c. Possible individual feedback in the Member States:
d. Member States feedback FIU -> RE
e. Member States feedback LEA -> FIU
f. Member States feedback LEA -> RE
g. Feedback as a catalyst for more AML / CFT reporting:
h. Feedback on the basis of intelligence:
V. THE REPORTING ENTITIES
a. Types of reporting entities:
b. A global overview by KPMG
c. Comparative analysis among REs:
d. Profiling clients:
e. Analysis of present situation in REs, the questionnaire:
f. Accreditation of Compliance officers:
VI. THE FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE UNIT
a. Feedback by type of FIU
b. Comparative analysis among FIUs:
c. Analysis of present situation in the FIUs, the questionnaire:
VII. LAW ENFORCEMENT AUTHORITIES
a. The investigative Units of the Police:
b. Feedback from the LEAs
c. Comparative analysis among LEAs :
d. Analysis of present situation with LEAs, the questionnaire:
VIII. BEST PRACTICES IN THE MEMBER STATES
1. Austria
2. France
3. The Netherlands:
4. Germany:
5. Slovenia
6. Belgium:
7. Luxembourg:
8. Czech Republic:
9. Slovakia:
10. Ireland:
11. Cyprus:
12. Greece:
13. Latvia:
14. Estonia:
15. Lithuania:
16. Bulgaria:
17. Malta:
18. United Kingdom:
...
IX. GENERAL CONCLUSIONS:
X. RECOMMENDATIONS
Author (Corp. Body): B&S Europe
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2008
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: JLS/D2/2007/08
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: best practiceEUfundingcriminalityprosecutionterrorism
Subject: Peace. Wars. TerrorismPublic administration. Executive powerMoney. Financing
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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