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Synonyms for Europol

police organization for the European Union

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Finally, it will provide Europol with a flexible and modern data management regime and align Europol's governance with the general guidelines applicable to agencies.
The action against the group was taken on Tuesday by judicial and law enforcement authorities from Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany and the UK with support from Europol and Eurojust.
Also speaking following the ceremonies, Europol Assistant Director and EC3 Head, Troels Oerting, said: "This MoU is a very good basis and foundation for extending our already well-functioning co-operation with Kaspersky Lab in our common endeavors to fight and prevent cybercrime in Europe and beyond.
In a move likely to have huge repercussions for the cyber-security industry, Europol has confirmed to (http://www.
The main crimes are thought to be card-skimming and pickpocketing, with Romanian and Bulgarian gangs thought to be responsible for 90% of all card-skimming crimes in Europe, according to Europol.
On April 16, the Delegation of the European Union to the United States and Europol welcomed more than 140 members of the U.
In terms of the statistics about the increase of the terror attacks in Europe last year, Europol has now warned correctly that conflicts in Syria and Mali provided potential breeding grounds for future radicals, militants and religious fanatics who are willing to carry out such terror attacks in Europe, Syria news website reported Friday.
Rob Wainwright, the director of the European police coordination group Europol, revealed the gang behind the scheme used the "idioms and logo" of 48 different police forces to fool people, claiming they caught them logging on to pornography, file sharing and "terrorism" websites.
The FSA has submitted a full file and evidence on this issue to Europol.
The former Serie B player now wants players in Britain to alert Europol the moment they suspect foul play.
Rob Wainwright, director of Europol - the European Union's law enforcement agency - told a news conference that the match which took place "in the last three to four years" was one of 380 under investigation.
Europol director Rob Wainwright, who had announced a Champions League game played in England in the last three or four years was among 680 matches worldwide that were fixed, had refused to name the match because of continuing judicial proceedings, the Daily Mirror reports.
Europol also found another 300 questionable games outside Europe, mainly in Africa, Asia, South and Central America.
The International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA) and its strategic law enforcement partner Europol will run the study, named Project 2020, which will analyse current trends in cybercrime and how they may evolve over the next eight years and beyond.