Cooperation between member states and Europol
Bogdan Birzu ()
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Bogdan Birzu: „Titu Maiorescu” University of Bucharest, Romania
Juridical Tribune (Tribuna Juridica), 2019, vol. 9, issue 1, 33-43
Within this study, we have examined the way in which the Europol national units were regulated in the European normative act and the regulation of the two forms of judicial assistance in criminal matters, namely joint investigation teams and liaison officers. The research also included the way in which the Romanian legislator transposed into its internal law the provisions of the European legislative act. Another subject of the research was the formulation of critical views and de lege ferenda proposals, both for the European and for the Romanian law. The novelty elements that are promoted through this study aim both at examining the European legal instrument, the way it is transposed into the Romanian law, as well as the critical opinions and de lege ferenda proposals, proposing to contribute to the improvement of the European and Romanian normative system in this domain. The present study should be viewed as a follow-up to the one previously published, completing the examination of this European institution with a key role in preventing and combating transnational crime at European level. The work may be useful for students and master students of law faculties, practitioners in the field, as well as the European and Romanian legislators in terms of amending and completing the current legislative system.
Keywords: joint investigation teams; liaison officers; Europol national units; European Union (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: K14 K33 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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