FECL 04 (March 1992):
I am working on a television program about European policing - Schengen/Trevi etc. I am trying to find examples of policing mistakes that are the result of misused technology. For example, someone being arrested because their name is incorrectly on the police computer.
I am also looking for cases where European police forces have exchanged data with each other about their citizens: the kind of thing that will happen even more with the Schengen Information System and the European Information System.
If you know of any case like this, I would be very grateful to hear about them. I would also like to know of organisations in European countries that campaign about these matters - civil liberties, data protection etc.
Jolyon JenkinsMy address is: 125 Stonhouse Street, London SW4 6BH, UK. I can be faxed on +44 71-7399307. My telephone is +44 71-7393211 (work) or +44 71-7203919
The Norwegian society for penal reform KROM is interested in information on the development of the prison systems in Europe: alternative forms of detention, judiciary security, the development of penal procedures and criminal law in conjunction with European integration etc.Write to KROM, >Postbox 6740, St. Olavs Plass, N - 0130 Oslo 1
Kikki Mor‚n is in search of information on international drug policies, and more particularly on the influence of European integration on international drug policies and changes in European policies of control as a result of the internal market of the EC.Contact Kikki Morén, Dronningensgate 23, N - 0154 Oslo 1