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NCJ Number: 211051 Find in a Library
Title: Council of Europe Convention on the Prevention of Terrorism
Corporate Author: Council of Europe
France
Date Published: June 2005
Page Count: 16
Sponsoring Agency: Council of Europe
F-67075 Strasbourg, France
Sale Source: Council of Europe
23, Place Broglie
F-67075 Strasbourg,
France
Document: DOC|HTML
Type: Legislation/Policy Description
Format: Document
Language: English; French
Country: France
Annotation: This report presents articles of the Convention on the Prevention of Terrorism that were agreed upon by the member states of the Council of Europe in 2005.
Abstract: The Council of Europe Convention on the Prevention of Terrorism agreed on the need to take measures to prevent terrorism and to counter public provocation to commit terrorist acts, recruit, and train for terrorism. Toward this end, the Council of Europe outlined the articles under which government authorities may act to prevent terrorism. The articles outline, among many other things, the national prevention policies member states should take in preventing terrorism, such as exchanging information and improving the physical protection of persons and facilities. Other articles include directives on international cooperation in the prevention of terrorism-related activities, on establishing the liability of legal entities for participation in terrorist offenses, and on the protection, compensation, and support for victims of terrorism. Jurisdiction issues are set forth and areas where the Convention shall not apply are defined. Articles within the Convention also outline issues related to extradition, the settlement of disputes, and the consultation of the parties. Appendix
Main Term(s): International agreements; International Law Enforcement Cooperation
Index Term(s): Council of Europe; Counter-terrorism tactics; Police response to terrorism
Note: Council of Europe Treaty Series 196.
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