Episode 47 – Brexit: Justice and Security
31st October 2019 • LawPod • Queen's University - School of Law
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5 - Criminology Matters - Rachel Killean talks to Dr. Amanda Kramer about her recent IHREC/NIHRC research with Rachael Dickson and Anni Pues on the potential impact of Brexit on Criminal Justice on the Island of Ireland. The research focuses on justice and security cooperation measures across five areas including the European Arrest Warrant (EAW), policing and prosecution cooperation, and data sharing tools such as the European Criminal Records Information System and Passenger Name Records. The report has a particular focus on the human rights implications of potential changes in justice arrangements. They discuss the risk of justice and security vulnerabilities, as arrangements for justice are made post-Brexit. http://www.nihrc.org/uploads/publications/Evolving_Justice_Arrangements_Post_Brexit_FA.pdf Amanda Kramer PURE Biography https://pure.qub.ac.uk/en/persons/amanda-kramer