23 April 2020
"Delegations will find attached a note on the "Twenty Years of Europol - what next?" discussed during the infonnal COSI meeting on 8-9 July 2019 in The Hague."
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The note looks at "future challenges":
1. Technological developments
2. Operational support to Member States
3. Legal basis and cooperation with private partners
4. From data collection to data connection and analysis
5. Pooling of resources
6. Integrated approach to security
7. Balancing tasks and resources
Twenty Years of Europol - what next? (WK 13266/2019 INIT, 25 November 2019, pdf)
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