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Law Officers

Volume 131: debated on Wednesday 13 April 1988

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To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what consideration has been given to rationalising international law enforcement agreements so that law officers can have the same freedom of movement and operation on the people they are watching or pursuing.

Police officers may already follow suspects from one country to another when this appears to be necessary. The facilitation of international cooperation of this kind is one of the functions of the International Police Organisation (Interpol).