AIRPOL aims at enhancing the overall security at the European airports and in the civil aviation domain. Our network explores synergies in between Airport Policing, Aviation Security & Air Border Security.
AQUAPOL is a self-governing Association of maritime- and inland navigation related law-enforcement authorities from EU member-states and from Switzerland. AQUAPOL's aim is to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of inland- and maritime shipping related law-enforcement in Europe and to contribute to a more harmonised approach of enforcement in this domain.
Hosted at the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) at Europol, the J-CAT, which is being piloted for six months, will coordinate international investigations with partners working side-by-side to take action against key cybercrime threats and top targets, such as underground forums and malware, including banking Trojans.
EMPACT is the European Multidisciplinary Platform against Criminal Threats of Europol.
TISPOL is active in the field of road policing and is committed to reducing death, serious injury and crime on Europe's roads. The organisation acts as a platform for learning and exchange of good practice between the traffic police forces of Europe.
CARIN is an informal network of contacts and a cooperative group in all aspects of tackling the proceeds of crime. The aim of CARIN is to increase the effectiveness of members' efforts, on a multi-agency basis, in depriving criminals of their illicit profits.
The Cross Channel Intelligence Community (CCIC) is a regional alliance between police forces and law enforement agencies that deal with cross-border crime between the UK and immediate mainland Europe.
NeBeDeAgPol is a police cooperation in the Euro-region Maas-Rhine, consisting of the police authorities at the borders of Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands in this region.
This cooperation was established in 1984 and was directed solely at combating drug-related crime. However, cross-border crime has also affected the Nordic countries, which means that since 1996 the Nordic Police and Customs Cooperation includes practically all types of crime.