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Integrated border management is conceived to comprise the following dimensions:
- Border control (checks and surveillance) as defined in the Regulation establishing a Community Code on the rules governing the movement of persons across borders, including the necessary risk analysis and criminal intelligence;
- Investigation of cross-border crime;
- Four-tier access control (measures in third countries, cooperation with neighbouring countries, border control and control measures within the area of free movement);
- Cooperation between the authorities in the field of border management at the national and international level (border control, customs and police authorities, security services and other relevant authorities):
- Coordination and coherence of actions taken.
- DEVELOPMENT OF THE EU’S INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR EXTERNAL BORDERS; BORDER MANAGEMENT STRATEGY. Informal JHA Ministerial Meeting Tampere, 20-22 September 2006. Finland’s EU Presidency.
- Carrera, S.: The EU Border Management Strategy: FRONTEX and the Challenges of Irregular Immigration in the Canary Islands. Brussels: CEPS-The Centre for European Policy Studies, 2007.
- http://www.ceps.eu/search/node/border%20management (Centre for European Policy Studies).