While there are no proposals to revise the legal basis of Europol or the EIS, a number of proposals regarding other information systems will affect Europol. For example, the revision of the SIS will expand Europol’s access rights, giving it full access to alerts on missing persons, on alerts issued for a criminal judicial procedure, and on future alerts on unknown persons. In its communication on stronger and smarter information systems, the Commission announced in April 2016 that it will explore, together with Europol, ways to ‘promote synergies between the EIS and other systems, notably the SIS’.
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