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Polices and Guidance for Digital Evidence Gathering , Handling and Forensics

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Dear European Police Office,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

Could you please supply the Europol polices and guidance covering digital evidence gathering, handling and forensics which has been in situ after August 2019

Yours faithfully,

M Doyle

G2-01 Corporate Law, Office européen de police

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Dear Mr Doyle,

Thank you for your interest in our organisation. Your public access request will be processed in line with the Management Board Rules on Public Access to Europol Documents, herewith attached for your convenience.

Kind Regards,
G2-01 Corporate Law

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Dear G2-01 Corporate Law,

Please note that the request is now overdue. It is understood that the current restrictions may cause delays.

However, would you please revert with a timeframe in which the information will be supplied and the existence of that information.

Yours sincerely,
M Doyle

G2-01 Corporate Law, Office européen de police

Dear Mr Doyle,

Thank you for your message.

You public access to documents request was acknowledged on 07 June 2021 and in accordance with the rules on public access to documents, the deadline is calculated on the basis of working days, excluding public holidays. The deadline for your request is 28 June 2021.

Kind Regards,
G2-01 Corporate Law

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G2-01 Corporate Law, Office européen de police

Dear Mr Doyle,

While processing your request for public access, additional aspects such as ongoing consultations with stakeholders prolonged the process. Therefore, and in line with Article 3(2) of the Management Board Rules on Public Access to Europol Documents, of which you were provided a copy, an extension for up to 15 working days is necessary in order for us to properly handle your request.

Kind Regards,
G2-01 Corporate Law

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G2-01 Corporate Law, Office européen de police

Dear Mr Doyle,

Europol has assessed your request and has identified 6 documents falling in its scope:
1. 1092607;
2. 1039533;
3. 1068455;
4. 969373;
5. 1031814;
6. 1069221.

We regret to inform you that Europol has decided to refuse access to them on the basis of Article 4(1)(a) and (b) of the Management Board Decision laying down the rules for applying Regulation 1049/2001 with regard to Europol documents (the MB Decision on Public Access), as their disclosure would undermine the protection of the public interest as regards public security, such as the proper fulfilment of Europol’s tasks and the investigations and operational activities of Member States, third parties or Union bodies. The documents are policies and procedure descriptions containing information on technical details of system(s), their functionalities, specifications, security rules and requirements. These documents also contain information on Europol environments, Europol operating procedures, business processes and workflows. The disclosure of such sensitive information would undermine the protection of the public interest as regards the public security, such as the proper fulfilment of Europol’s tasks, investigations and operational activities of Member States, third parties or Union bodies pursuant to Article 4(1)(a) of the MB Decision on Public Access, as well as the protection of the privacy and integrity of the individuals therein mentioned under Article 4(1)(b) of the aforementioned Decision. The release of such sensitive information would risk prejudicing the operational and investigation activities of Member States in their fight against terrorism and serious crimes. Additionally, the disclosure of such information on details of systems and operating procedures, to the public could have a negative impact on the internal work processes at Europol, Europol’s cyber resilience and related response actions, as well as undermine Europol’s partners’ trust, which is essential to Europol’s activities, consequently preventing Europol from fulfilling its tasks. In addition to the above listed exceptions, Article 4(3) of the MB Decision on Public Access is applicable to documents 2, 3, 5 and 6 as they are still in draft phase and their release to the public at this stage would seriously undermine the decision-making process at Europol. For the same reasons as listed so far, partial access was also found not possible.

You may make a confirmatory application asking Europol to reconsider its position within 15 working days of receiving Europol’s reply, in accordance with Article 5(4) of the MB Decision on Public Access.

Kind Regards,
G2-01 Corporate Law

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