European Police Office

An agency for police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters, also called EUROPOL

Europol is the European Union law enforcement agency that handles the exchange and analysis of criminal intelligence. Its mission is to improve the effectiveness and cooperation between EU law enforcement authorities in preventing and combating serious international crime and terrorism, with the aim of achieving a safer Europe for all EU citizens.

53 requests
Europol - Trade in abandoned children
Response by European Police Office to Arun Dohle on .

Partially successful.

Dear Mr Dohle,   After internal consultation, we would like to inform you that Europol holds no ‘documents related to Europol investigations (includ...
Documents on the "Check the Web" initiative
Response by European Police Office to Michael Bauer on .

Partially successful.

Dear Mr Bauer,   Thank you for your public access request.   In line with your request (Training handouts and material used in connection to train...
Child Abuse Operations
Response by European Police Office to Brian Welsh on .

Partially successful.

Dear Mr Welsh, With regard to your request below, Europol has searched and identified documents possibly falling within the scope of your request. Op...
No Border-, Animal Rights- and Environmental Protest
Response by European Police Office to Roelof Pieters on .

Partially successful.

From: G24 EU & International Law at: Tue, 22 Oct 2013 08:06:52 +0000 Kind regards,   G24 – EU & International Law    ...
Dear Mr Perera, Further to our conversation of last week, please find attached the reprinted version, containing the reformatted cells in the Excel P...

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