Ley de seguridad nacional e internacional

OverviewArticlesOverview International and National Security Law International and national security law encompasses a broad area of national and international law including: Human rights law Espionage Foreign influence and interference Treachery and sabotage Sanctions Nation state cyber attacks Counter-terrorism measures relating to control orders Preventative detention orders Pre-charge detention Post-sentencing detention Surveillance and telecommunications interception Data…

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Notificaciones rojas de la Interpol

OverviewArticlesCase StudiesOverview INTERPOL Red Notices The International Criminal Police Organisation (INTERPOL) provides a shared database and communication channel to police forces from various countries. This international cooperation allows for assistance in circulating information about wanted persons. A Red Notice is an electronic alert published by the INTERPOL General Secretariat seeking the detention, arrest or general restriction of…

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Extradición y asistencia mutua

Extradition is the process by which one country apprehends and sends a person to another country to face criminal charges or serve a sentence. Extradition is also the delivery of an accused or a convicted individual by one state to another state on whose territory he/she is alleged to have committed or to have been convicted of a crime. There is also a system of streamlined interstate extradition within Australia.

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Comisiónes Investigadoras

OverviewArticlesOverview What is a Royal Commission? A Royal Commission is a major formal public inquiry into a particular issue or event, which has considerable powers defined in the terms of reference. The Commission is usually chaired by notable retired or serving judges who are referred to as ‘Royal Commissioners’. Royal Commissions are called to look into highly important and often controversial…

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