General Rules and Eligibility on Europol 2016 Law Enforcement Photo Competition
Entries are welcome from professional and amateur photographers working for law enforcement agencies and law enforcement magazines in EU countries and countries with Europol Agreements. Each photographer can submit up to five photographs.
This year sees four different categories for entries:
- Making Europe safer. EU law enforcement officers at work, making Europe a safer place.
- Organised crime. Operational insights into the fight against organised crime, e.g. drugs and weapons trafficking, people smuggling, counterfeiting, cybercrime
- Practice makes perfect. Training exercises and manoeuvres.
- Freestyle. Law enforcement pictured in abstract, panorama and artistic form.
The top three photographs will win a two-night trip for two people to The Hague or Amsterdam, with a visit to Europol.
Agreement Conditions of the Europol 2016 Law Enforcement Photo Competition
Photographer and winner needs to understand and agree that their photographs will be used in different forms. For example
in composite or distorted form, in colour or otherwise and may be published through any medium including, but not limited to, printed medium, video and/or on the internet and in any time.
I am the sole and exclusive owner of all rights relating to the Photographs. No part of them is taken from or based on any other work; no part infringes the copyright or any other right of any person nor does it violate any existing EU or national law. The reproduction, publication, exhibition, or any other use by Europol in any form whatever will not in any way, directly or indirectly, infringe on the rights of any person.
Further Information about Europol Legal rights on PUblishing and Using succeeded work
The photographer is the soule owner of his/her photo but it should be clear thatEuropol has legal right to use, reproduce, adopt, alter, distribute, publish (or cause to be published) and publicly display the photograph(s).
For more detailed information please click on "Further Official Information" below.
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