This 14th Annual Report provides insight into Eurojust’s casework and strategic activities in the fight against serious cross-border crime as well as Eurojust’s organisational development in light of Member States’ expectations, a changing legislative framework and budgetary constraints.
The year 2015 was no exception. Eurojust’s casework continues to grow each year. Member States requested Eurojust’s assistance in 2 214 cases, representing an increase of 23 per cent compared to 2014. These statistics confirm that Eurojust’s work is needed, recognised and valued. The growing involvement of third States in Eurojust’s casework demonstrates once more the borderless nature of crime.