Mon, May. 30, 2005

Enhanced International Enforcement

.   Belgium, Spain, France, Holland, Luxembourg, Austria and Germany agreed on May 26, 2005 to enhance cooperation efforts in the international enforcement area. The Prüm Agreement permits preventive information exchange, for instance relating to travel plans of soccer hooligans.

The agreement authorizes direct cross-border access to DNA, finger print and vehicle registration data. A press release of the Berlin department of justice reports more details. The agreement requires transformation into the laws of the participating countries to which the original parties invite other European nations.


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