The Criminal Justice (International Cooperation) Act 2019 made further provision to better facilitate the participation of members of An Garda Síochána in joint investigation teams. Section 6 of this Act amended section 51 of the Garda Síochána Act 2005 to enable the assignment of eligible members of An Garda Siochana for service outside of the State to carry out duties of a police character with an international organisation, to carry out liaison duties with Europol or, subject to the agreement of the Government, with a law enforcement agency of a state other than the State, or to act as members of a joint investigation team in accordance with the 2002 EU Council Framework Decision on joint investigation teams, which may include joint investigation teams to combat trafficking in human beings.
No.27 of 2019
|Date:||04 Sep 2019|
|Legislation Type:||Act (IE)|
|Geographic Focus:||Ireland, EU, Other|
|Keywords:||Trafficking in Human Beings|