Schengen-evaluering av Norge: anbefalinger om informasjonssystemet SIS


Rådets gjennnomføringsbeslutning (EU) 2018/... av 18. september 2018 om fastsetting av en rekommandasjon om avhjelping av manglene som ble konstatert ved evalueringen i 2017 av Norges anvendelse av Schengenreglene på området Schengen-informasjonssystem

Council Implementing Decision (EU) 2018/... of 18 September 2018 setting out a Recommendation on addressing the deficiencies identified in the 2017 evaluation of Norway on the application of the Schengen acquis in the field of Schengen Information System

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BAKGRUNN (fra rådsrekommandasjonen, engelsk utgave)

(1) The purpose of this Decision is to recommend to Norway remedial actions to address deficiencies identified during the Schengen evaluation in the field of the Schengen Information System (SIS) carried out in 2017. Following the evaluation, a report covering the findings and assessments, listing best practices and deficiencies identified during the evaluation was adopted by Commission Implementing Decision C(2018)2200.

(2) The fact that the Norwegian N.SIS runs on two active sites guaranteeing a high level of avail ability for the end -users; the feature whereby the SIRENE operators may add notes or comments against a case in the SIRENE case logging system; a comprehensive handbook, the 'Rulebook’ covering internal procedures for handling SIS alerts which can be accessed directly from the SIRENE case handling application ; the fact that operators can choose from appropriate sample text to assist them in speedily filling out the SIRENE forms; the fact that post-hit reporting forms and linked alerts can be opened directly from the alert itself in the ELYS II application and the hit reporting and the communication tool available at the first line border control are considered as best practice.

(3) In light of the importance to comply with the Schengen acquis, in particular with the obligation for the vehicle registration authorities to have direct or indirect access to SIS in accordance with Article 1 of Regulation (EC) No 1986/2006; to delete the supplementary information including the personal data held in files by the SIRENE Bureau at the latest one year after the alert itself is deleted; to ensure that a search in a national copy of the SIS produces a result equivalent to that of a search in the SIS II database and to fully implement the transliteration rules, priority should be given to implementing recommendations 1- 4 below.

(4) This Decision should be transmitted to the European Parliament and to the parliaments of the Member States. Within three months of its adoption, Norway should, pursuant to Article 16 (1) of Regulation (EU) No 1053/2013, establish an action plan listing all recommendations to remedy any deficiencies identified in the evaluation report and provide that action plan to the Commission and the Council



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