In 2022, the Italian Desk was involved in 907 new cases, 126 coordination meetings, 8 coordination centres, and 56 joint investigation teams.

National Member

National Member

Pending appointment

Assistants to the National Member

Aldo Ingangi is Assistant to the National Member for Italy. He became a magistrate in 1997 and, from 1999, worked as a Public Prosecutor in the prosecutor's offices of Paola, Naples and Lucca. During that time, he dealt with many cases of mafia-type crimes as appointed by the District Anti-Mafia Directorates of Catanzaro, Naples and Florence, developing a good experience on the criminal organisations ‘Ndrangheta and Camorra. During his career, he has worked mainly on financial and economic crimes, organised crime groups and drug trafficking, frequently dealing with judicial cooperation tools. On behalf of the Italian Ministry of Justice, Mr Ingangi assisted the Group of States against Corruption (GRECO) of the Council of Europe in preparing the evaluation cycle of the compliance with the European Treaty on corruption of the national rules for the prevention of corruption in the judicial and parliamentary fields (4th cycle). As a speaker, he attended to courses and conferences organised by the Italian High Council of the Judiciary and the High School of the Judiciary on financial crimes, judicial cooperation tools, IT and Public Prosecutor Offices’ organisation.

Seconded National Experts (SNEs)

Marco Mosele is Seconded National Expert to the Italian Desk. He joined the Guardia di Finanza in 1994. From 1995 to 2017, he worked in Florence, where he started his career in the special Anti-Terrorism and Fast Intervention Unit. Next, he was transferred to the Anti-Drug Unit, where he worked for the longest part of his police service. In particular, he was in charge of a patrol that carried out investigations of international drug traffickers. These investigations led to the dismantling of many OCGs and resulted in large-scale seizures of narcotics. In the last three years before being seconded to Eurojust, he was part of a unit in charge of investigating mafia-related organised crime groups.

Sergio Orlandi is Seconded National Expert to the Italian Desk. He is a Chief Superintendent of the Penitentiary Police and has worked as a Chief Commanding Officer in Sanremo Penitentiary since 2007, where he directly managed and actively operated the prison service security branch. He has coordinated the prison referral unit to prevent and counter radicalisation and violent extremism at the local level. Mr Orlandi has been a participant member of the prison referral unit P/CVE coordinating system at the regional level (2015 to 2018). Before his secondment to Eurojust, he enrolled in the 34th High Training Course of the Italian Interagency Law Enforcement College of Advanced Studies (Rome, October 2018 to June 2019). He has developed deep expertise in international cooperation for countering terrorism and violent extremism in the European legal framework. Qualified for the Italian Prison Service's international missions, he has participated as a penitentiary expert in the framework of an EU twinning program between Algerian, French, and Italian prison services.

Contact the Italian Desk

Contact options for the Italian Desk:

Phone 1: +31 70 412 5202
Phone 2: +31 70 412 5742

Contact options for the National Member Filippo Spiezia:

Phone: +31 70 412 5200

Further information:

If you are a magistrate and need further information, please consult the International Corner in the restricted area of the website of the Italian High Council of the Judiciary - Consiglio Superiore della Magistratura (CSM).


  2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
New cases (total)
- of which initiating
- of which participating
Coordination meetings (initiating and/or participating) 65 70 106 91 105 126
Coordination centres (organising and/or participating) 5 8 12 7 9 8
Joint investigation teams (newly signed and/or ongoing) 5 26 49 53 53 56

Case examples

Operation Pollino

Cases example


13 June 2023|DOCUMENT
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