Definitions

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  • proper n. The criminal intelligence agency of the European Union

Etymologies

Short for European Police Office. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Presumably, at some stage soon, this will apply to Europol, which is in the process of becoming an operational force under the Hague Programme, adopted last year without any special publicity.

    Judicial integration continues

  • What is the purpose of the anti-terror co-ordination chief, given that we have the EU Arrest Warrant and the forthcoming EU Evidence Warrant with their thirty-two ill-defined crimes and misdemeanours, not to mention Europol, which is set to become an operational force and Eurojust and, indeed, the entire paraphernalia of Tampere I and Tampere II, all there to create a single area of freedom, justice and security?

    EU's anti-terror chief keeps complaining

  • Production on the skein, described as a Europol-type drama, is set to begin this year.

    Variety.com

  • Morocco will also be able to participate in a number of European agencies, such as Europol, the European Air Security Agency and the

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • But it has its own executive, its own legislature, its own judiciary, its proto-police force in "Europol", its own civil service, its own currency and central bank.

    Straw dogs

  • Joint investigation teams will be set up and the European agency for police co-operation "Europol" will form a specialist antiterrorist team.

    European Political and Economic Issues

  • Police authorities and agencies of the European Union such as Europol and Frontex, accompanied by the corresponding databases, information systems and operative forces are more and more being networked.

    Indymedia Ireland

  • After a brief prologue that introduces us to the notion of ninjas who move literally as shadows and cut bodies in half with a single blade swipe, director James McTeigue awkwardly grounds us in the real world, introducing us to "Europol" agent Mika (Naomie Harris) and her implacable boss Maslow (Ben Miles) as they uncover the world's secret network of, well, ninja assassins.

    Cinema Blend Feeds

  • Like protecting "Europol" investigator Mika from the bad ninjas when she stumbles onto their doings, which are, it must be said, less than legal.

    FlickFilosopher.com

  • Morocco will also be able to participate in a number of European agencies, such as Europol, the European Air Security Agency and the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.

    EUnews

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