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Europol Operational Agreements

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This network of liaison officers communicates via the SIENA system, a state-of-the-art tool that enables rapid, safe and user-friendly communication, as well as the exchange of operational and strategic information and information on crimes between Europol, Member States and third parties that have concluded cooperation agreements with Europol. In general, there are two types of cooperation agreements that Europol can conclude with states and other bodies outside the EU: strategic and operational agreements. Although both types of agreements aim to improve cooperation between Europol and the country concerned, there is a big difference: strategic agreements are limited to the exchange of general and strategic and technical information, while operational agreements allow the exchange of information, including personal data. The Agency has also entered into other agreements with private companies. Europol`s partnerships and external agreements have different forms depending on the Agency`s relations with the country concerned. Europol also works closely with a number of EU institutions and agencies on the basis of cooperation agreements. In addition, other states with which Europol has cooperation agreements are represented by at least one liaison officer, as well as Interpol and Eurojust. As a result, officials from 41 countries, Interpol and Eurojust are in the same location, making it easier to communicate between them and their respective national authorities. Cooperation agreement between the European Police Office and the Russian Federation Each Member State has a national Europol body designated to serve as a liaison point between these State authorities and Europol. Each IES heads at least one representative to Europol headquarters, where each Member State has its own office. The aim of this agreement is to establish cooperative relations between Europol and ENISA to help EU Member States and its institutions prevent and combat cybercrime and other related forms of crime, in order to ensure a high and effective level of network and information security. This cooperation between the parties will not renew or exceed their respective mandates. This agreement does not apply to the exchange of personal data.

The Europol Liaison Officers System ensures that the interests of law enforcement agencies in EU Member States and partners in third countries are represented at Europol headquarters. Strategic cooperation agreement between the European Police Office and the Ministry of Public Security of the People`s Republic of China . Third countries with liaison officers within Europol are: strategic cooperation agreements in the fight against serious forms of crime and terrorism between the United Arab Emirates and Europol Its closest partners are the law enforcement agencies of the Member States of the European Union (EU), each of which has a national Europol body designated to act as a liaison between the authorities of that country and Europol. Europol also hosts the following US enforcement liaison officers: . Europol will act in partnership with the enforcement agencies, the authorities and the private sector. Strategic Cooperation Agreement between the Federal Republic of Brazil and the European Police Office Liaison officers are not under the command of Europol and its director. In addition, they act in accordance with the legislation of their own Member State.