European protection order: - extracts of the EP vote

Type: NEWS   Référence: 81169   Durée: 00:00:35   Première transmission: 13/12/2011  Lieu: Strasbourg, France
Fin de production: 13/12/2011
Victims of crime who have been granted protection by law in one EU Member State will be able to request similar protection if they move to another EU country, under the rules of the European Protection Order approved on Tuesday by the European Parliament. Measures to protect victims of crime already exist in all EU Member States but at present they cease to apply if the victim moves to another country. The European Protection Order (EPO) will enable anyone protected in one EU state to apply for protection if they move to another EU state. more at: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/headlines/content/20101203FCS06328/5/html/Crime-victims-to-get-EU-wide-protection

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