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Meetings of the Consultative Forum of Prosecutors General and Directors of Public Prosecutions of the Member States of the European Union


Joint Dutch and Slovak Presidencies, 11th Meeting, 3 June 2016

Conclusions / Council Document 12393/16

  • Cybercrime: “Keys to Cyberspace/EU Judicial Cybercrime Network”
  • Latest Developments in Key Crime Areas
  • Cooperation with Key Third States in Serious and Organised Crime, including on Terrorism and Illegal Immigrant Smuggling

Luxembourg Presidency, 10th Meeting, 11 December 2015

Conclusions / Council Document 05930/16

  • The CJEU’s Annulment of the Data Retention Directive: Practical Implications for Investigations and Prosecutions
  • Terrorism: Towards a Common Judicial Response to Foreign Terrorist Fighters
  • Illegal Immigrant Smuggling: Challenges and Best Practices in Investigations and Prosecutions
  • Future Perspectives: Working Methodology of the Consultative Forum

Latvian Presidency, 9th Meeting, 5 June 2015

Conclusions  /  Council Document 14174/15 

  • The Setting-up of the EPPO and its Relationship with Eurojust
  • Conflicts of Jurisdiction, Transfer of Proceedings and Ne bis in Idem: Perspectives and Proposals
  • Towards New Synergies and Interaction in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: the Roles of the EPPO, Eurojust, EJN, Europol and OLAF in Light of the Present and Future Legal Framework 
  • Foreign Fighters: Eurojust’s Views on the Phenomenon and the Criminal Justice Response

Italian Presidency, 8th Meeting, 12 December 2014

Conclusions – Council Document 8552/15

  • Freezing and Confiscation of Proceeds of Crime: Improving Mutual Recognition
  • Investigating and Prosecuting Cases of THB and Illegal Immigrant Smuggling Involving Migration Flows by Sea: Challenges and Best Practice

Greek Presidency, 7th Meeting, 11 June 2014

Report and Conclusions – Council Document 13581-14

  • The European Arrest Warrant: Perspectives and Proposals
  • Investigating and Prosecuting Corruption Cases in the Member States: Challenges and Best Practices

Lithuanian Presidency, 6th Meeting, 13 December 2013
Conclusions – Council Document 8617/14

  • Future of Eurojust
  • Set-up and functioning of the European Public Prosecutor’s Office
  • EU Internal Security Strategy: how to enhance its judicial dimension?
  • After the Stockholm Programme: strategic guidelines for the future of the area of freedom,
    security and justice

Irish Presidency, 5th Meeting, 26 April 2013
Conclusions and summary of replies to questionnaire on the EPPO – Council Document 11628/13

  • Practical operation of the proposed European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO) at national level
  • Victims’ rights: Directive on the rights of victims - implementation, experience, impact

Cyprus Presidency, 4th Meeting, 14 December 2012
Conclusions and summary of replies to questionnaire on PIF offences – Council Document 8151/13

  • Succeed in the fight against crimes affecting the EU financial interests
  • Succeed in freezing and confiscating criminal assets
  • Evaluation of Eurojust’s support to the activities of the Consultative Forum

Polish Presidency, 3rd Meeting, 16 December 2011
Conclusions – Council Document 7067/12

  • Fight against crimes affecting the EU’s financial interests (PIF): challenges for investigation and prosecution in the Member States
  • Witness protection: judicial aspects and challenges
  • Access to a lawyer in criminal proceedings

Hungarian Presidency, 2nd Meeting, 23 June 2011
Report – Council Document 17457/11

  • Corruption
  • European Investigation Order (EIO)

Belgian Presidency, 1st Meeting, 16 December 2010
Report – Council Document 6199/11

  • Purpose and mission of the Consultative Forum
  • National methodologies for determining priorities on criminal policy
  • European dimension of criminal policy - contribution of the judicial authorities

Spanish Presidency, Preparatory Meeting, 20 May 2010
Guidelines for a Future Mandate

  • Guidelines for a Future Mandate of the Forum – Objectives and Format