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15 October 2009

Invitation to bring forward proposals

Dear Colleagues,

The 17th Governing Board invited the Strategy Committee to prepare a framework policy paper on the CEPOL Strategy using the input from Member States to be presented to the 18th Governing Board in December 2009.

Based on the Governing Board Decision (Item 17.1 in the draft Outcome of Proceedings) the Swedish Presidency invites Member States to bring forward opinions and proposals on the content of the framework policy paper. The proposals could embrace

  • key performance indicators,
  • governing documents to be considered in the framework paper, such as
    1. the Stockholm Programme,
    2. Court of Auditors special report # 5, 2008,
    3. Working document No 2 from the Informal meeting of Ministers of the Interior, 1 October 2009 in the Hague, on the future of Europol and EU Law Enforcement Co-operation,
    4. Other documents to be considered.

Furthermore, we kindly ask the Chairs of the CEPOL Committees and the External Relations Working Group to bring the issue on the agendas at their meetings before the 18th Governing Board meeting and report the results through respective Outcome of Proceedings.

Please, respond to the official Presidency e-mail address with copy to

no later than 20 November 2009.

Yours truly,

Bo Åström

Chair of the Strategy Committee

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