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Criminal Records in an Era of Globalization: Identifying Problems and Conceptualizing Solutions within the European Union

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The article discusses an idea of improvement of the quality of information exchanges between EU Member States, in particular on criminal convictions. The European Union has addressed this complex problem using a step-by-step method. Beginning with a relatively simple and uncontroversial measures–both in terms of their contents, proposed solutions, and legal format–the European Commission and the Council of the European Union have been moving forward by stepping up their efforts and adopting more sophisticated measures. The decisions, framework decisions, proposals and white papers are discussed against the background of international treaty instruments for the exchange of criminal records. The author presents the main solutions proposed in the study on the feasibility of the establishing of the European Criminal Record. The author concludes by stating that the prospects for establishing a genuine European criminal record, for a moment, are rather bleak.

Affiliations: 1: international criminal law; former Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Gdansk, Poland


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