Kent and Medway: delivering a Brexit border: policing, security, freight and customs
Hadfield, A., Tong, S. and Centre for European Studies and the Canterbury Centre for Policing Research, Canterbury Christ Church University 2018. Kent and Medway: delivering a Brexit border: policing, security, freight and customs. Canterbury Canterbury Christ Church University.
|Authors||Hadfield, A., Tong, S. and Centre for European Studies and the Canterbury Centre for Policing Research, Canterbury Christ Church University|
|Contributors||Hadfield, A., Tong, S., Swallow, P., Kenyon, S. and Marks, E.|
This is the fifth of the Kent and Medway Brexit Impact Assessment reports, this one focusing on the impacts of Brexit in the short and medium term on the county of Kent, with a particular focus on border management issues, taking into account socio-economic impacts, policing, freight and logistics, altered customs arrangements, and a series of 7 port profiles, including Dover and Calais. It was launched on 13 November 2018 in both Westminster, and in Kent, at CCCU, and was authored by the Centre for European Studies and the Canterbury Centre for Policing Research.
|Keywords||UK; Brexit; border; UK border; Kent; Medway; policing; police; security; freight; customs; logistics; ports; Dover; Folkestone; Calais|
|Publisher||Canterbury Christ Church University|
|Place of publication||Canterbury|
|13 Nov 2018|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||20 Nov 2018|
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