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Met Police Counter-Terrorism Lead discusses security co-operation after Brexit

21 October 2016

Helen Ball, Deputy Assistant Commissioner and Senior National Policing Lead on Counter-Terrorism for the Metropolitan Police Service, gives evidence to the EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee on security and police co-operation with the EU after Brexit.


Wednesday 26 October, Committee Room 1, Palace of Westminster

At 10:15am

  • Helen Ball, Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Metropolitan Police Service

Areas of discussion

The main priorities the Government may want to pursue in the area of police and security co-operation in the course of negotiations

  • What UK relationships with agencies such as Europol should like following exit from the EU
  • The practical impact of losing access to EU databases and information exchange systems and options or precedents for retaining access from outside the EU
  • How Brexit may affect the UK's ability to promote its own policy agenda with European partners

Further Information

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