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Europol, quo vadis?: kritische analyse en evaluatie van de ontwikkeling van de Europese politiedienst

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Based in The Hague, the European Police Office (Europol) is the law enforcement agency of the European Union (EU) that handles criminal intelligence. The research concerns a critical analysis and evaluation of the development of Europol, which also allows to elaborate on the desirability and feasibility of future tracks. In the meantime, the preparations of the Europol Regulation (after 2013) have started under Danish Presidency (first half of 2012). Every political decision represents (represented) choices embodying the development of Europol. Choices also have to be made in the legal translation of policy decisions. The research traces these choices, as they are materialized in legal and policy documents, and makes them subject of analysis and evaluation. The research model that has been developed for this purpose has three eras (the pre-Convention, Convention and post-Convention era), six clusters (legal basis, objective, competence, tasks, governance and control) and four criteria (necessity, consistency, balance and transparency). Thanks to its three dimensions, the developed research model is perfectly suited for a PhD based on a compilation of articles (seven in total). The research has to lead to a PhD in Law, but has nevertheless a hybrid character, in view of the criminological, political, and policy relevance of the subject.

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De Moor, Alexandra. 2012. “Europol, Quo Vadis?: Kritische Analyse En Evaluatie Van De Ontwikkeling Van De Europese Politiedienst”. Gent: Universiteit Gent. Faculteit Rechtsgeleerdheid.
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De Moor, Alexandra. (2012). Europol, quo vadis?: kritische analyse en evaluatie van de ontwikkeling van de Europese politiedienst. Universiteit Gent. Faculteit Rechtsgeleerdheid, Gent.
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De Moor A. Europol, quo vadis?: kritische analyse en evaluatie van de ontwikkeling van de Europese politiedienst. [Gent]: Universiteit Gent. Faculteit Rechtsgeleerdheid; 2012.
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De Moor, Alexandra. “Europol, Quo Vadis?: Kritische Analyse En Evaluatie Van De Ontwikkeling Van De Europese Politiedienst.” 2012 : n. pag. Print.
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  abstract     = {Based in The Hague, the European Police Office (Europol) is the law enforcement agency of the European Union (EU) that handles criminal intelligence. The research concerns a critical analysis and evaluation of the development of Europol, which also allows to elaborate on the desirability and feasibility of future tracks. In the meantime, the preparations of the Europol Regulation (after 2013) have started under Danish Presidency (first half of 2012). Every political decision represents (represented) choices embodying the development of Europol. Choices also have to be made in the legal translation of policy decisions. The research traces these choices, as they are materialized in legal and policy documents, and makes them subject of analysis and evaluation. The research model that has been developed for this purpose has three eras (the pre-Convention, Convention and post-Convention era), six clusters (legal basis, objective, competence, tasks, governance and control) and four criteria (necessity, consistency, balance and transparency). Thanks to its three dimensions, the developed research model is perfectly suited for a PhD based on a compilation of articles (seven in total). The research has to lead to a PhD in Law, but has nevertheless a hybrid character, in view of the criminological, political, and policy relevance of the subject.},
  author       = {De Moor, Alexandra},
  language     = {dut},
  pages        = {III, V, 277},
  publisher    = {Universiteit Gent. Faculteit Rechtsgeleerdheid},
  school       = {Ghent University},
  title        = {Europol, quo vadis?: kritische analyse en evaluatie van de ontwikkeling van de Europese politiedienst},
  year         = {2012},
}