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The Legal Basis for Bilateral and Multilateral Police Deployments

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This paper recognises the complexity of the legal framework in which international police deployments take place. The personnel, and often the mission itself, are subject to a number of different legal regimes: international law, host State law and sending State law. After briefly discussing the nature and purpose of overseas police deployments, the paper identifies the legal regimes applicable to such deployments and discusses the significance of international and domestic law to police deployments. Ultimately, this paper argues that compliance with all applicable legal regimes is essential to ensure the rule of law on overseas police deployments.

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2011-03-25
2016-12-11

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