Operational cooperation between the police, customs and other specialised law enforcement services in relation to the prevention, detection and investigation of criminal offences. The collection, storage, processing, analysis and exchange of relevant information, including information on suspicious financial transactions. Cooperation and joint initiatives in training, the exchange of liaison officers, secondments, the use of equipment, and forensic research. The common evaluation of particular investigative techniques in relation to the detection of serious forms of organised crime.
2. International criminals can find havens when a particular nation ignores their activities.
3. Such organization provides the conditions where individual dossiers could be used to subvert political and religious freedom.