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COUNCIL RESOLUTION of 4. December 2006 Concerning an updated handbook with recommendations for international police coo

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  1. EU-Handbook COUNCIL RESOLUTION of 4. December 2006 Concerning an updated handbook with recommendations for international police cooperation and measures to prevent and control violence and disturbances in connection with football matches with an international dimension, in which at least one Member State is involved (EU 2006/ C 322/01) Practical Experience

  2. Recent Amendments • New Categories for supporters • Strengthening the role of NFIP • Forms for international exchange of information • Police identification vests • General rule on the coverage of expenses • Details about operational support A - B - C Risk - Non Risk

  3. International Co-operation • International model for police co-operation • Governments and politics • Other treaties and agreements • EU-Resolutions and Recommendations • Bilateral Police Co-operation Treaties • Bilateral Agreements • Public and media

  4. International Police Delegations • Composition of the team • Expertise • Expectations • Deployment • Co-operation with local police

  5. National Police Forces • Role of specific police forces • Criminal Police • Border Police • Transport Police • Intelligence Service • Role of local police forces • Knowledge and experience on International level • Language skills • Existing international contacts

  6. Exchange of Information • Time frame • Quality • Personal Data • Parallel channels of information

  7. Conclusions • Most enhanced area of international police co-operation • Highly recognised on international level • Still not sufficiently known on local level • Practical realization to be improved • Co-ordination with other standards of international co-operation • But: no fall behind the achieved!