Mapping Police Cooperation Strategies in the EU and Australia: Improving Inter-Agency Understanding
This contribution presents both the EU and the Australian system of police cooperation in comparative socio-legal perspective and highlights some of the reasons why law-enforcement cooperation in the EU might, to some extent, be considered more advanced. The article also aims at answering the question whether EU police cooperation is today comparable to strategies employed in a federal system, such as Australia, or whether it is still closer to international cooperation.
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