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Joint Supervisory Body of Europol

The Europol Joint Supervisory Body is created on the ground of Art. 34 of the Council Decision 2009/371/JHA of 06 April 2009 establishing the European Police Office (Europol) in order to examine the Europol activities to ensure the observance of the individuals’ rights by the storage, processing and use of data and to monitor the permissibility of the transmission of data originating from Europol. The Joint Supervisory Body is composed of a maximum of two members or representatives of each independent national supervisory bodies, having the necessary abilities and appointed for five years by each Member State.
The Bulgarian representatives in the Europol Joint Supervisory Authority are Ms. Mariya Mateva and Mr. Tzanko Tzolov, Members of the Commission for Personal Data Protection.

 


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The fourth activity report of the Joint Supervisory Body of Europol 2006-2008
Report on the inspection of Europol`s implementation of the TFTP agreement, conducted in November 2010 by the Europol Joint Supervisory Body
Joint Supervisory Body confirms progress in implementation of TFTP Agreement
Public Statement – „Europol JSB inspects for the second year the implementation of the TFTP Agreement”
Fifth Activity Report JSB Europol 2008-2012
„Victims of Trafficking in Human Beings. A data protection perspective.” - report of the Europol Joint Supervisory Body, 12 October 2015
Know Your Rights Leaflet
Regulation (EU) 2016/794 for the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol)


Commission for Personal Data Protection, Sofia, 2 Prof. Tsvetan Lazarov Blvd.
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