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Law Enforcement

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

Organizations relating to Law Enforcement

Chemical Legislation European Enforcement Network / Est. 2000
Convention Concerning Courts Jurisdiction and the Enforcement of Judgements in Civil and Commercial Matters / Est. 1968
League to Enforce Peace / Est. 1915
Piracy Reporting Centre, Kuala Lumpur / Est. 1992
International Money Laundering Information Network
Convention Regarding the Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments / Est. 1932
European Compliance Academy / Est. 1999
International Consumer Protection and Enforcement Network
Agreement on Cooperative Enforcement Operations Directed at Illegal Trade in Wild Fauna and Flora / Est. 1994
School of the Americas / Est. 1964
Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards / Est. 1958
International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association / Est. 1960
International Law Enforcement Officers Association / Est. 1981
Wolfsberg Group / Est. 2000
European Convention on Recognition and Enforcement of Decisions Concerning Custody of Children and on Restoration of Custody of Children / Est. 1980
International Agency to Monitor and Enforce Agreed Global Environment Standards
Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Decisions Relating to Maintenance of Obligations / Est. 1973
Blue Knights' International Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club / Est. 1974
Convention on Jurisdiction, Applicable Law, Recognition, Enforcement and Cooperation in Respect of Parental Responsibility and Measures for the Protection of Children / Est. 1996
International Law Enforcement Stress Association / Est. 1978
Protocol on Wildlife Conservation and Law Enforcement / Est. 1999
European Union Network for the Implementation and Enforcement of Environmental Law / Est. 1993
International Association of Border Enforcement Officers / Est. 1992
Association of Professional Law Enforcement Emergency Vehicle Response Trainers International
European Association of Campus Security / Est. 1998

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World Problems relating to Law Enforcement

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Arbitrary enforcement of regulations
Involuntary mass resettlement
Inadequate enforcement of environmental regulations
Police negligence
Hindrance of law enforcement
Substandard housing and accommodation
Inadequate power of intergovernmental organizations
Inadequate system of child support enforcement
Imposition of trade quotas for political reasons
Violations of private law
Violation of neutrality
Unethical practices by police forces
Lack of enforcement power
Loss of internal political borders
Coercive enforcement
Unethical practice of hydrology
Resignation to problems
Inadequate government control of military
Inadequate evidence to convict known offenders
Government imposition of rural cooperative projects
Unrestrained use of force in administration of justice
Forced deprogramming
Enforcement of religion in capitalist countries

Action Strategies relating to Law Enforcement

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Regulating industrial environmental performance
Eliminating abusive child labour
Fostering reasonable law enforcement
Refusing medical intervention
Taxing batteries
Enforcing whaling controls
Improving enforcement against game poaching
Improving drug law enforcement
Enforcing international law
Providing criminal law enforcement
Strengthening implementation of human rights
Enforcing air quality controls
Improving enforcement of environmental regulations
Implementing immigration law
Demanding protective legality
Abolishing unethical practices by police forces
Applying trade measures to enforce environmental policies
Improving animal protection in zoos
Enforcing environmental protection regulation
Adhering to safety principles and techniques
Establishing up to date rules for peacekeeping
Providing local enforcement
Improving system of child support enforcement
Improving tax collection

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