26 October 2016
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"Britain's access to information in Europe-wide security databases is "mission critical" in efforts to protect the public, a senior counter-terrorism officer has said.
Helen Ball, Deputy Assistant Commissioner at the Metropolitan Police, highlighted the issue of returning Islamic State fighters as she discussed law enforcement arrangements with the EU following the Brexit vote.
The future of a number of tools and arrangements has come under scrutiny following the outcome of the referendum in June."
See full article: Access to European security databases post Brexit is 'mission critical' (Belfast Telegraph, link)
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