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Europol. (2019) Europol in brief 2018. The Hague: Europol. 20 p. DOI 10.2813/191609

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The Europol regulation, in force since 1 May 2017, established Europol as the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation. Europol supports cross-border investigations involving at least two Member States and targeting serious and organised crime, terrorism and crime affecting a common interest of the European Union. Crime prevention is part of Europol’s activities as a way to combat organised crime and mitigate the threats, particularly those originating online, to the EU and its citizens and businesses.

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