Trust in International Police and Justice Cooperation
The book brings together scholars from a range of legal and criminological fields to examine the legal imperatives and social parameters that shape international police and justice cooperation and highlights the importance of both trust and clear legal rules to ensure effective cooperation. It focuses on areas where cooperation is now mandated, but where significant issues are raised, including the international and regional methods of information and intelligence exchange and challenges to human rights protection; the coordination of international and regional exchange of evidence, such as forensic bioinformation; police cooperation in international investigations and the added value of formalising investigative strategies across jurisdictions regionally and internationally and the operation, accountability and legitimacy of organisations and institutions of `cooperation' in law enforcement and specific international policing `missions'.
- Paperback | 272 pages
- 156 x 234 x 14mm | 386g
- 30 May 2019
- Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- Hart Publishing
- Oxford, United Kingdom
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Table of contents
Saskia Hufnagel and Carole McCartney
Part I: The Concept of Trust in International Police Cooperation
2. Establishing Trust Despite the Risk? An Analysis of the Need for Trust in Police Cooperation
3. Police Cooperation in Europe, China and Australia: Does Trust Depend on the Political System?
4. International Policing Missions: Establishing Trustworthy Policing in Low-trust Environments
Andrew Goldsmith and Vandra Harris
Part II: Trust and International Cooperation Agencies
5. Trusted Travellers: Managing Mobility in Challenging Times
Monica den Boer
6. Brand Interpol
7. The Evolving Role of Europol in the Fight Against Serious Crime: Current Challenges and Future Prospects
Celine Cocq and Francesca Galli
8. Building Trust and More: The Importance of Police Cooperation Networks in the European Union
9. Trust and the International Exchange of Forensic Information
Part III: Case Studies of Trust in International Cooperation
10. Law Enforcement Cooperation between New Zealand and the United States: Serving the Internet `Pirate' Kim Dotcom Up on a `Silver Platter'?
11. Transnational Policing and Its Contexts: Flexibility and (Dis)trust
12. Intelligence-led Use of International Forensic Exchange Channels
About Saskia Hufnagel
Carole McCartney is a Reader in the School of Law at Northumbria University.