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Judicial Cooperation

The Key Role of the Cultural Factors Within Police and Judicial Cooperation in Europe

Laure Guille, from the University of Leicester, made a contribution to the 2012 Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, in the category “Crime and Society,” under the title “The Key Role of the Cultural Factors Within Police and Judicial Cooperation in Europe”. Here is the abstract: Even though Spain, France, Luxembourg and the United Kingdom share the same area of Freedom, Security and Justice and are economically speaking similar, they still have very diverse social, cultural, organizational, linguistic and legal differences which deserve special attention. The importance of cultural diversity cannot be ignored as it provides guidance in day-to-day decision making, actions and practices. Today’s issues for cooperation can only be understood if cultural variations are considered. This paper will therefore show that linguistic barriers, cultural habits and differences in working methods, lack of awareness and differences in legal systems all highly affect and complicate the already difficult task of police and judicial cooperation.

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  • Article Name: Judicial Cooperation
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