IPCAN > Publications > SYNTHESIS – IPCAN’s 4th seminar “police conduct of law enforcement services in their relationships with migrants in Europe”

SYNTHESIS – IPCAN’s 4th seminar “police conduct of law enforcement services in their relationships with migrants in Europe”

Mon 2 Sep 2019

Friday 14 December 2018, the Defender of Rights hosted in Paris the fourth seminar of the Independent Police Complaints Authorities’ Network (IPCAN) that deals with the “police conduct of law enforcement services in their relationships with migrants in Europe”.
.
Participants to the seminar exchanged and debated over topics such as the conditions of identity checks of foreigners; interventions of law enforcement forces in humanitarian premises; camps and administrative detention centers; access of exiles to translators, lawyers and health services; or the terms of deportations.
.
You can read in the Synthesis of the seminar all interventions from IPCAN members, the Council of Europe, the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, and other structures (notably with the participation of Myria, Federal migration Center (Belgium) or of the General Controller of Places of Deprivation of Liberty (NMP, France)).

SYNTHESIS OF THE 4TH IPCAN’S SEMINAR

SYNTHESIS OF THE 4TH IPCAN'S SEMINAR
Title: SYNTHESIS OF THE 4TH IPCAN'S SEMINAR (26 clicks)
Caption:
Filename: synthesis-of-the-4th-ipcans-seminar.pdf
Size: 847 KB