Effective counter-terrorism, including the prevention, detection, foiling, and investigation of terrorist attacks requires efficient multi-agency cooperation and timely data sharing both at a national and an international level. It is essential that datasharing activities for the purposes of counter-terrorism respect and fully comply with the established standards and principles of human rights. This brochure provides an overview of relevant framework documents and existing EU mechanisms and tools for information exchange as part of law enforcement and judicial cooperation for effective counter-terrorism. It has been developed within the initiative FAIRNESS: Implementation of the Stockholm’s Roadmap in Cases of Terrorism and Radicalisation, funded by the European Union’s Justice Program (2014-2020).
Data Sharing on Terror-Related Crime Suspects and Accused Persons in the Context of the Stockholm Programme
Funded by the European Union’s Justice Programme (2014-2020)