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PUBLICATION DATE:05 May 2022
Eurojust Casework on Corruption: 2016–2021 Insights presents key findings based on Eurojust's corruption casework and expertise built up over the years. It is the Agency's first dedicated publication in the corruption field. The report aims to support national authorities dealing with cross-border...
PUBLICATION DATE:22 February 2022
This report draws on the experience gained by the European Union Agency for Criminal Justice Cooperation (Eurojust) in relation to victims’ rights. Based on Eurojust casework and using case examples, the report identifies challenges faced by practitioners and presents solutions and best practices to...
PUBLICATION DATE:17 December 2021
The Eurojust Casework on Counter-Terrorism: Insights 2020–2021 report presents the tangible results achieved (including seizures, confiscations, arrests and convictions) thanks to Eurojust’s coordination of counter-terrorism cases. It builds on Eurojust’s experience in assisting cross-border counter...
PUBLICATION DATE:07 July 2021
The aim of this report is to inform both practitioners and policymakers of the main difficulties encountered in the practical application of the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) on the basis of Eurojust’s casework and to highlight, where relevant, the role that the European Union Agency for Criminal...
PUBLICATION DATE:17 May 2021
From the early stages of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, Eurojust’s casework showed that practitioners in the Member States were facing various difficulties in dealing with cases involving judicial cooperation in criminal matters. These issues were repercussions of the measures...
PUBLICATION DATE:19 April 2021
Drug trafficking remains a highly lucrative market worldwide, with an estimated value of EUR 30 billion per year in the European Union alone. The overall impact on societies has dramatic consequences – for healthcare, governance, economics and other indirectly affected areas. This impact also...
PUBLICATION DATE:23 February 2021
Cross-border cases of trafficking in human beings (THB) are complex and difficult to investigate and prosecute. They reveal the prominent role of organised criminal groups. When gaps in judicial cooperation appear it is the victims of THB who suffer. In October 2020, the European Commission noted in...
PUBLICATION DATE:29 January 2021
Environmental crime is the fourth-largest criminal activity in the world, growing at a rate of between 5 % and 7 % per year, according to an Interpol and UN Environment Programme estimate. This increase, combined with the organised, transnational nature of environmental crime, requires...
PUBLICATION DATE:25 November 2020
The aim of this report, which is complementary to previously published documents by Eurojust (and the European Judicial Network (EJN)), is to inform both practitioners and policymakers of the main difficulties encountered in the practical application of the European Investigation Order (EIO) on the...
PUBLICATION DATE:19 November 2020
There are several factors that make tackling cybercrime unique and challenging. Cybercrime by its nature is borderless and swiftly evolving, sometimes faster than national authorities can react. Adding an additional layer of complexity is the horizontal nature of cybercrime: almost any type of crime...