Rules For Sending A Liaison Officer To Represent The European Police Office And Liaison Status

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par sakaru virsnieka nosūtīšanu pārstāvībai Eiropas Policijas birojā un sakaru virsnieka statusu

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/100905

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 77 2005 in Riga on 1 February (pr. 7. § 12) the rules on sending a liaison officer to represent the European Police Office and liaison status Issued in accordance with the law "on 26 July 1995, the Convention on the establishment of a European Police Office, which is based on the Treaty on European Union, Article K.3 (Europol Convention), of 23 July 1996, the Protocol on the Convention on the establishment of a European Police Office interpretation by the European Court of Justice rulings of the previous based on the Treaty on European Union, Article K.3, and 19 June 1997, the Protocol on Europol, the members of the institutions, the Deputy Director of Europol and the privileges and immunities of staff, based on the Treaty on European Union, Article K3 of the Europol Convention and article 41, paragraph 3 of article 9 "1. determines the order in which the national unit, national police chief criminal police administration for international cooperation in the management of Europol, national Office — send a liaison officer to represent the European Police Office (Europol) and liaison status. 2. the national police, the State security police, border guard, State revenue service, the Prosecutor General's Office or criminal money laundering prevention service (hereinafter referred to as the competent authority) official, employee or the public prosecutor, which the national unit for liaison status sent to Europol, national representative of the representative units and the competent authorities and the exchange of information between national units and Europol. 3. candidatures for the post of liaison officer (hereinafter the applicant) of the officials of the competent authorities, among employees and prosecutors nominated head of the competent authority, taking into account the official, employee or Attorney training. 4. The national unit of trained candidates and presented the work of Europol and of the procedure for the exchange of information between Europol and the national unit. 5. by paragraph 4 of these regulations in the completion of the training the national team manager of the competent authority shall issue an opinion on the candidate's willingness to work at Europol. 6. If the provisions of paragraph 5 of the opinion is positive, the competent authorities shall assess in particular the Europol head period current issues relating to the nature of the work of the competent authority and after written consent with the national unit shall take a decision on the dispatch of the candidate the national units and the competent authorities in the interests of Europol. 7. Liaison duties in relation to the national unit down his job description. Job description after coordination with the heads of the national units approved by the competent authorities. 8. During the period, while the liaison officer shall perform duties in Europol, he is bound by the national team in order for the Organization of work. 9. the liaison officer for the national units and the competent authorities in the interests of Europol is sent to four years. By the end of this period the competent authorities the driver after the written coordination with the heads of the national units may be extended one time and not more than two years. Prime Minister-Transport Ministers a. shlesers — Minister for children and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik in