Rebecca Williams evaluates the impact of Brexit on extradition, police co-operation and broader issues of Police and Criminal Justice. She concludes that, 

in a world where crime is becoming more international, not less, and technology permits greater cooperation between police and criminal justice agencies, courts and so on, we seem to have chosen a path which will reduce our influence over such rules, make it more difficult for us to benefit from them, and at best make the production of such rules in future more inefficient, in a context where we already had as much control and flexibility as we could have wanted.

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