International Police Cooperation

International Police Cooperation

International Police Cooperation

In line with Michael Sadykiewicz

about International Police Cooperation in the Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement:

Police cooperation has only become more important in the era of globalization and the corresponding environment in which terrorism and other kinds of serious transnational crime can flow easily across borders. Close international cooperation among police services is essential to prevent and combat these rising worldwide dangers. There are many channels of international police cooperation. It can take place on the basis of agreements between countries, whether bilateral or multilateral. Cooperation can also take the form of adherence to agreements made by United Nations (U.N.) member countries based on resolutions, conventions, protocols, and other legal documents passed by respective bodies of the U.N. Another form of cooperation comes as a result of membership in subregional, regional, or global international police organizations; or from international voluntary police associations. The principal targets of international police cooperation are serious transnational crimes (there is more information about criminal law in the American Legal Encyclopedia and about crimes and criminals vocabulary).

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