Direction centrale de la police aux frontières

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The Direction centrale de la police aux frontières (DCPAF) (English: Central Directorate of Border Police), former police de l'air et des frontières, is a directorate of the French National Police that is responsible for carrying out immigration checks at certain border crossing points and border surveillance in some areas in France.[1] They work alongside their British counterparts at Calais, and along the Channel Tunnel Rail Link with the British Transport Police.

Since 1995, Customs have replaced the Border Police in carrying out immigration control at smaller border checkpoints, in particular at maritime borders and regional airports.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ List of national services responsible for border control
  2. ^ Center for the Study of Democracy: Study to identify best practices on the cooperation between border guards and customs administrations working at the external borders of the EU
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