In December, Europol and Frontex, the European Border and Coast Guard Agency signed an agreement to exchange liaison officers, writes Europol.
The agreement is part of the Joint Action Plan signed by the Executive Directors of the two agencies last year, aimed at strengthening the agencies’ common effort in enhancing the security of EU citizens. “I am looking forward to welcoming the first Europol liaison officer in Warsaw later this year. The exchange of information between the two agencies will improve the work of border guards and support investigations,” said Frontex Executive Director Fabrice Leggeri.“I am glad to welcome the Frontex liaison officer to our headquarters in The Hague.
With more than 250 officers from almost 50 countries and agencies, Europol hosts the biggest law enforcement network in Europe. Liaison officers meet and network daily under one roof; they build strong international working relationships, coordinate operational cooperation, and securely share criminal information and best practices,” added Europol Executive Director Catherine De Bolle..
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