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Commission Decision of 7 August 2006 setting up a group of experts on the policy needs for data on crime and criminal justice (2006/581/EC) (repealed)

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1.The expert group shall be chaired by the Commission.

2.The Commission shall coordinate the expert group's activities with those of the relevant working group on Crime and Criminal Justice Statistics, to be established by Eurostat within the context of the Community Statistical Programme as representing national statistical authorities. The Commission has the responsibility for the coherence of the work of both groups and shall endeavour to organise, where possible, joint meetings or meetings that take place on the same day.

3.The Commission shall coordinate relevant aspects of the expert group's activities with the work of other Commission related activities.

4.In agreement with the Commission, sub-groups, of up to a maximum of 15 members, may be set up to examine specific questions under terms of reference established by the expert group; they shall be disbanded as soon as these have been fulfilled.

5.The Commission’s representative may ask experts or observers, including those from 3rd countries, with specific competence on a subject on the agenda to participate in the expert group’s or sub-groups' deliberations if this is useful and/or necessary.

6.Information obtained by participating in the deliberations of an expert group or sub-group shall not be divulged if, in the opinion of the Commission, that information relates to confidential matters.

7.The expert group and its sub-groups shall normally meet on Commission premises on invitation by the Commission in accordance with the procedures and schedule established by it. The Commission provides secretarial services. Other Commission officials with an interest in the proceedings may attend meetings of the group and its sub-groups.

8.The expert group shall adopt its rules of procedure on the basis of the standard rules of procedure adopted by the Commission(1).

9.The Commission may publish on the Internet or otherwise, in the original language of the document concerned, any summary, conclusion, or partial conclusion or working document of the expert group.

(1)

Annex III of document SEC(2005) 1004.

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