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Judicial Cooperation

The aim of police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters is to ensure a high level of safety for individuals in the EU by preventing and combating crime.

The cooperation takes place between national police forces and national judicial authorities with the help of EU agencies such as Eurojust, Europol and the European Judicial Network where needed. This cooperation involves the collection and exchange of information on people.

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2
Apr
2019

EU-US Agreement on Electronic Evidence

EDPS Opinion on the negotiating mandate of an EU-US agreement on cross-border access to electronic evidence

24
Jul
2018

EDPS Comments on review of OLAF Regulation

Formal comments of the EDPS on the Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 883/2013 concerning investigations conducted by the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) as regards cooperation with the European public Prosecutor’s Office and the effectiveness of OLAF investigations.

15
Feb
2018

Proposal for a recast of Brussels IIa Regulation

EDPS Opinion on the proposal for a recast of Brussels IIa Regulation

Executive Summary
Available languages: Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, German, Estonian, Greek, English, Spanish, French, Croatian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Hungarian, Maltese, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Finnish, Swedish
31
Oct
2014

Newsletter Nr. 43

The October 2014 edition of the EDPS Newsletter covers the upcoming appointment of a new team of EDPS Supervisors, the EDPS Position Paper on international data transfers and many other EDPS activities.

Available languages: German, English, French
5
Sep
2014

European e-Justice Portal

Opinion on the Commission Decision on the protection of personal data in the European e-Justice Portal

Available languages: German, English, French