EU Police Cooperation

Hierarchical Display of EU police cooperation European Union > European construction > European Union > Area of freedom, security and justice
International Relations > Cooperation policy > Cooperation policy > Customs cooperation
Law > International law > Public international law > Free […]

European Arrest Warrant

Hierarchical Display of European arrest warrant European Union > European construction > European Union > Area of freedom, security and justice > Judicial cooperation in criminal matters in the EU
Law > Criminal law > Criminal law > International criminal law > Extradition European arrest […]

Police Cooperation

Police and Judicial Co-operation in Criminal Matters and Europe There is an entry on police and judicial co-operation in criminal matters in the European legal encyclopedia. Resources See Also Further Reading Entry "Police and Judicial Co-operation in Criminal Matters" in the work […]

Europol

"In full operation since 1999, Europol is associated with the European Union as the result of a decision by the political and legislative bodies of the Union. EuropolÂ’s activities are legally framed and bound to certain areas of investigation. Yet, Europol is nonetheless […]

CEPOL

Hierarchical Display of CEPOL European Union > European construction > European Union > Area of freedom, security and justice > EU police cooperation
Politics > Politics and public safety > Public safety > Public order > Police Concept of CEPOL See the dictionary definition of CEPOL. […]

Criminal Proceedings

Introduction This entry provides an overview of the legal framework of criminal proceedings, with a description of the most significant features of criminal proceedings at international level. Related Work and Conclusions Resources See Also References (Papers) The Third Party Doctrine And […]

Contract

Introduction to Contract Contract, in law, an agreement that creates an obligation binding upon the parties thereto. The essentials of a contract are as follows: (1) mutual assent; (2) a legal consideration, which in most instances need not be pecuniary; (3) parties who have legal capacity […]

Extradition

Introduction to Extradition Extradition, in law, surrender by one sovereign power to another of a fugitive from justice. Between nations, the right of one power to demand of another the extradition of a fugitive accused of crime, and the duty of the country in which the fugitive has found […]

Customs Cooperation

Hierarchical Display of Customs cooperation International Relations > Cooperation policy > Cooperation policy
Trade > Tariff policy > Customs regulations > Customs
Trade > Tariff policy > Customs regulations
Trade > Tariff policy > Tariff policy > Customs union
European Union > […]

Parental Responsibility

Hierarchical Display of Parental responsibility Social Questions > Family > Family law
European Union > European construction > European Union > Area of freedom, security and justice > Judicial cooperation in civil matters in the EU Parental responsibility Concept of Parental responsibility […]

Schengen Information System

Hierarchical Display of Schengen Information System Law > International law > Public international law > Free movement of persons > Schengen Agreement
European Union > European construction > European Union > Area of freedom, security and justice > EU police cooperation Concept of Schengen […]

Interpol

International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) Interpol-Washington "Presently providing cooperation among police agencies of 181 nations, Interpol is in the United States represented by the U.S. National Central Bureau, also called Interpol-Washington, which is directed by the […]

Free Movement of Persons

Free movement of persons (visas, asylum, immigration and other policies) and the Treaties of the European Union Description of Free movement of persons (visas, asylum, immigration and other policies) provided by the European Union Commission: The Treaty of Amsterdam, in force since 1 May 1999, […]

Eurojust

Eurojust and the Treaties of the European Union Description of Eurojust provided by the European Union Commission: Eurojust is a high level team of senior lawyers, magistrates, prosecutors, judges and other legal experts seconded from every EU country, based in Brussels. It is able to give […]

Framework Decision

Hierarchical Display of Framework decision European Union > European Union law > Intergovernmental legal instrument
European Union > European construction > European Union > Area of freedom, security and justice > EU police cooperation
European Union > European construction > European […]

Judicial Cooperation

In relation to Inter-American Treaties, Conventions and Agreements adopted within the framework of the OAS The Organization of American States (a list of Members of the Organization of American States is here) adopted the following international instruments regarding Judicial Cooperation, […]

Common Position

Common position (CFSP) and the Treaties of the European Union Description of Common position (CFSP) provided by the European Union Commission: The common position in the context of the common foreign and security policy (CFSP) is designed to make cooperation more systematic and improve its […]

Police

Introduction to Police Police, agency of a community or government that is responsible for maintaining public order and preventing and detecting crime. The basic police mission-preserving order by enforcing rules of conduct or laws-was the same in ancient societies as it is in sophisticated […]

Extraterritorial Jurisdiction

Embracing mainstream international law, this section on extraterritorial jurisdiction explores the context, history and effect of the area of the law covered here. Resources Further Reading The entry "extraterritorial jurisdiction" in the Parry and Grant Encyclopaedic Dictionary of […]

Judicial Cooperation in Civil Matters in the EU

Hierarchical Display of Judicial cooperation in civil matters in the EU European Union > European construction > EU relations > European Union > Area of freedom, security and justice
European Union > European construction > EU relations > Deepening of the European Union > EU activity > EU […]

Legal Aid

Legal Aid in Private International Law This section contain conflict of laws information and cross references related to legal aid on some major countries and additional jurisdictions. It covers key issues involved when citizens face international situations. Information on private […]

Help for Victims

Hierarchical Display of Help for victims Law > Criminal law > Criminal liability > Victim
Law > Justice > Access to the courts > Local access to the law
Law > Justice > Judicial proceedings > Criminal procedure > Restorative justice
European Union > European construction > European […]

Mutual Recognition Principle

Hierarchical Display of Mutual recognition principle European Union > European Union law > EU legal system > EU law – national law
Trade > International trade > Trade restriction > Non-tariff barrier
Production, Technology And Research > Technology and technical regulations > Technical […]

EU Policy

Hierarchical Display of EU policy European Union > European construction > Deepening of the European Union > EU activity
Business And Competition > Competition > Competition policy
Social Questions > Social affairs > Social policy > European social policy
Production, Technology And […]

Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters in the EU

Hierarchical Display of Judicial cooperation in criminal matters in the EU European Union > European construction > European Union > Area of freedom, security and justice
Law > Justice > Legal action > Criminal proceedings
European Union > European Union law > Intergovernmental legal […]