The European Criminal Records Information System (ECRIS) - Budapest, 9-10 June 2011

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The European Criminal Records Information System (ECRIS) - Budapest, 9-10 June 2011

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The European Criminal Records Information System (ECRIS):

State of play and experiences to date in EU Member States

Budapest, 9-10 June 2011

With financial support from the Criminal Justice Programme of the European Union European Commission - Directorate-General Justice

The European Criminal Records Information System (ECRIS) is a decentralised information technology system for the exchange of information extracted from criminal records between EU Member States. It sets out the elements of a standardised format for an electronic exchange as well as general and technical implementing aspects of the information exchange. The Council Decision 2009/316/JHA on the establishment of the ECRIS was adopted by the Council in April 2009 and by 7 April 2012 EU Member States must take the necessary steps to comply with it.

The seminar will debate architecture, functionality and state of play of ECRIS, the obligations of the Member State of the person’s nationality including storing and updating the information transmitted. It will offer a forum for sharing practical experiences already gained and discussing the new EU initiatives with particular reference to their likely impact on fundamental rights.

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Gerard Brown, Partner, Livingstone Brown Solicitors, Glasgow, member of the CCBE Criminal Law Committee, Brussels; Sławomir Buczma, Judge, Judicial Assistance and European Law Department, Ministry of Justice, Warsaw; Vincent Cambier, Head of Criminal Records, Directorate General Judicial Organization, Ministry of Justice, Brussels; Jorge Costa, Prosecutor, Constitutional Court, Lisbon; Hielke Hijmans, Head of Sector Policy and Consultations, Office of the European Data Protection Supervisor, Brussels; Urszula Aurelia Karkowska, Legal Officer, European Commission, Brussels; Gary Linton, Detective Superintendent, Head of the ACPO Criminal Records Office (ACRO) & United Kingdom Central Authority for the Exchange of Criminal Records (UKCA-ECR), London; Anna Halina Lipska, Administrator, Judicial Co-operation in Criminal Matters, General Secretariat, Council of the EU, Brussels; József Nárai, Judge, Local Court, Szombathely; Pál Solt, Director, Hungarian Judicial Academy, Budapest; András Szűcs, Prosecutor, Office of the Prosecutor General, Budapest

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