About this consultation

Consultation period
6 December 2017 - 14 February 2018
Topics
Borders and security

Consultation outcome

The results of this public consultation have been taken into account when developing policy in the area of preventing and fighting terrorism.

The responses received are available below, together with a factual summary report. Some personal data has been removed from the responses received and some answers have been anonymised at the request of the respondent.

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The text of the questionnaire is available below for information.

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Target group

The Commission would like to gather the views of public authorities responsible for implementing, applying and enforcing any measure needed to implement the Regulation; economic operators, directly or through associations/networks representing them; individuals who make use of explosives precursors in the course of their professional activities; and members of the general public, notably those who make use of explosives precursors for purposes other than professional.

Objective of the consultation

The aim of the public consultation is to gather the views and concerns of all interested citizens, authorities and organisation regarding the EU restrictions and controls limiting the availability of and access to substances which can be used for making home-made explosives. Your input will help the Commission to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the EU policy framework in this area, enhancing protection of EU citizens and security in the EU.

How to submit your response

This consultation is now closed.

Additional information

Counter terrorism policy

For more information on the revision of the EU Regulation on explosives precursors, you can consult the background document below.

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Legal Notice

Contributions received will be published on the Internet. It is important that you read the privacy statement for information on how your personal data and contribution will be dealt with.

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