Green Paper on detection technologies for law enforcement, customs and other security authorities
Justice and Home Affairs
All citizens and organisations are welcome to contribute to this consultation.
To 10 January 2007
On 1 September 2006 the Commission adopted a Green Paper on detection technologies in the work of law enforcement, customs and other security authorities (COM (2006) 474). The Hague Programme: strengthening freedom, security and justice in the European Union, adopted by the European Council in November 2004, and the Communication on "Prevention, preparedness and response to terrorist attacks" of October 2004 highlight Public-Private Security Dialogue as a tool for private and public sectors to engage in a meaningful dialogue on Europe's security needs.
The Commission calls on all interested persons to send in their replies and any other useful contributions by no later than 10 January 2007 to the following e-mail address: JLS-D1-Detection@ec.europa.eu
All responses from both public and private sectors will be published on the Commission’s internet site unless respondents explicitly state that they wish to keep particular information confidential.
Responsible service: Directorate-General for Justice, Freedom and Security Unit D1 – Fight against terrorism, trafficking and exploitation of human beings, and law enforcement cooperation
Directorate-General for Justice, Freedom and Security
Unit D1 – Fight against terrorism, trafficking and exploitation of human beings, and law enforcement cooperation
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B - 1049 Brussels