This chapter offers short expert views on different aspects of police and judicial cooperation, including De Vries’ contribution on cooperation regarding counterterrorism and the fight against organised crime; Bossong and Rieger’s exploration of future data sharing options for police cooperation; Trauner’s piece on the negotiations regarding the UK’s future participation in Europol; Wilson and Carr’s discussion of future cooperation in Forensic Science; and MacKenzie’s considerations on the UK’s role in EU counter-terrorism policy. This chapter also encompasses a number of expert views that focus specifically on security threats, including Sergi’s analysis of Brexit creating opportunities for transnational criminal networks; Farrand’s exploration of Brexit’s impact on combatting counterfeiting; and Porcedda’s and Lavorgna’s pieces on the consequences of Brexit for the UK and the EU in the area of cybersecurity.
|Title of host publication||Brexit and Internal Security|
|Number of pages||38|
|Publication status||Published - 12 Dec 2018|
|Name||Brexit and Internal Security|