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Crown Prosecution Service questioned on criminal justice co-operation after Brexit

31 October 2016

The EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee takes evidence from Alison Saunders, Director of Public Prosecutions at the Crown Prosecution Service, on how the UK might co-operate with the EU on police and security matters after the UK leaves the EU.


Wednesday 2 November, Committee Room 3, Palace of Westminster

At 11:30am

  • Alison Saunders, Director of Public Prosecutions, Crown Prosecution Service

Possible Questions

  • What  are the main priorities the Government may want to pursue in the area of police and security co-operation in the course of negotiations?
  • How UK relationships with agencies such as Eurojust may look following departure from the EU?
  • What is the practical impact of losing access to EU databases and information exchange systems such as the European Criminal Records Information System and the options or precedents for securing access from outside the EU?

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