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PUBLICATION DATE:17 June 2022
PUBLICATION ID: 2022/00666
Checklist for Practitioners on Joint Investigation Teams Involving Third Countries Read the Checklist These guidelines, jointly prepared by the JITs Network Secretariat and Eurojust, provide guidance to EU Member State practitioners on setting up a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) with a third country...
PUBLICATION DATE:17 June 2022
PUBLICATION ID: 2022/00667
Guidelines on Joint Investigation Teams Involving Third Countries Read the Guidelines This checklist covers all issues practitioners need to consider when setting up a JIT with a third country. The checklist addresses all relevant issues for consideration from the set-up phase to the operational and...
PUBLICATION DATE:11 April 2022
PUBLICATION ID: 2022/00130
PUBLICATION DATE:02 March 2022
PUBLICATION ID: 2022/00068
PUBLICATION DATE:02 March 2022
PUBLICATION ID: 2022/00069
PUBLICATION DATE:02 March 2022
PUBLICATION ID: 2022/00065
PUBLICATION DATE:27 October 2021
PUBLICATION ID: 2021/00425
An organised crime group (OCG) in Romania, Austria and the United Kingdom allegedly forced its victims into prostitution, using the so-called 'loverboy' approach, where young men tempt women from deprived backgrounds to work for them. It is also alleged that the suspects subjected the victims to...
PUBLICATION DATE:01 May 2021
PUBLICATION ID: 2021/00372
An organised crime group (OCG) involving at least 20 individuals, led by a Lithuanian national, had been operating a complex transport and distribution network since 2015, selling heroin in Ireland and the UK.
PUBLICATION DATE:01 April 2021
PUBLICATION ID: 2021/00374
An Albanian-speaking crime group known as Kompania Bello had developed a new model for smuggling cocaine from South America to Europe. Using sophisticated encrypted communication means, the organisation’s ringleader negotiated directly with South American drug cartels for large shipments of cocaine...
PUBLICATION DATE:01 April 2021
PUBLICATION ID: 2021/00371
The organised crime group (OCG), consisting mainly of Iranian nationals living in France, the Netherlands and the UK, endangered the lives of hundreds of migrants while transporting them from France to the UK, across one of the world's busiest commercial shipping lanes, in overloaded small boats and...