CCJS Public Seminar - Mapping Police Cooperation Strategies in the EU, Greater China and Australia: Improving Cross-regional Understanding
CCJS Public Seminar by Dr Saskia Hufnagel
A considerable amount of research has examined European Union (EU) cross-border law enforcement, while police cooperation in other regions of the world and within federal systems has rarely been the object of academic attention.
This presentation aims at highlighting the usefulness of such research for both theory and practice. Police cooperation based on legally binding treaties and agreements, as well as informal police-to-police cooperation strategies are assessed in comparative perspective for three distinctly different systems: the EU, Greater China and Australia.
School of Law
University of Leeds
The Liberty Building is number 16 on the campus map, and is situated on the corner of Moorland Road and Belle Vue Road on the Western Campus of the University of Leeds. It is situated behind the Maurice Keyworth Building (Business School).
- From Leeds train station, it is a 30 minute walk or you can take a taxi for around £5.00.
- Alternatively, the number 56 bus runs from Albion Street via Woodhouse Lane (A660) and stops on Moorland Road. These run every 10 minutes.
- If travelling by car, there is a visitors' car park at the south end of the University campus or there is limited four-hour street parking on Belle Vue Road immediately behind the Liberty Building.