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Police Cooperation In The Dutch Border Areas

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This chapter focuses on the questions of police cooperation with regard to serious and organised crime in the Dutch border area, in the context of broader developments with regard to this topic within the European Union (EU) as a whole. First, it briefly describes the legal framework and the organisational infrastructure for police cooperation in the Dutch border areas. Secondly, the chapter focuses on problems of serious and organised crime in these regions, and addresses the questions with regard to police cooperation in dealing with these problems. It draws largely from empirical research conducted in the Dutch border areas. The chapter concentrates on recent proposals for further improving the legal and organisational frameworks for police cooperation articulated by the EU as well as specifically in the Dutch border areas.

Keywords: Dutch border areas; European Union (EU); police cooperation



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