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Kemeny Gabor (University of Public Service, Hungary)
Efficiency of Cross-Border Information Exchange
Efektywność transgranicznej wymiany informacji
De Securitate et Defensione. O Bezpieczeństwie i Obronności, 2020, nr 2, s. 23-42, aneks, bibliogr. 43 poz.
Wymiana informacji, Przestępczość, Prawo
Information exchange, Crime, Law
streszcz., summ.
Unia Europejska (UE)
European Union (EU)
Celem niniejszego artykułu jest przedstawienie czynników wpływających na międzynarodową wymianę informacji policyjnych prowadzoną przez unijne Pojedyncze Punkty Kontaktowe(SPOC oraz Centrum Współpracy Policyjno-Celnej(PCCC). Autor stara się osiągnąć ten cel przedstawiając wybrane teorie naukowe i wyniki przeprowadzonych badań ilościowych. Artykuł identyfikuje środowisko transgranicznej wymiany informacji, a dzięki temu wskazuje czynniki wspierające i utrudniające, takie jak struktura organizacyjna, kultura, przywództwo, prawodawstwo i środowisko ICT. Wyniki badań mogą pomóc decydentom i użytkownikom pokonywać codzienne przeszkody w tej dziedzinie(abstrakt oryginalny)

The aim of this paper is to provide an insight into the influencing factors of international police information exchange conducted by the Single Points of Contact (SPOC) and the Police and Customs Cooperation Centre (PCCC) within the EU. The author achieves this goal by introducing the relevant scientific theories and the results of the conducted quantitative research. The research identifies the influencing environments of cross-border information exchange and through this, finds supporting and hindering factors such as organisational structure, culture, leadership, legislation, and ICT environment. Findings can help decision makers and end users to overcome everyday obstacles.(original abstract)
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