What powers do Eurojust national members have to fight organised crime?

On 14-15 November, the Italian Ministry of Justice, is organising a seminar on the powers of Eurojust national members to help develop the European Criminal Judicial Area.

Participants to the seminar organised by the Italian Ministry of Justice on 14-15 November will discuss the powers granted to each Eurojust member according to its national law. The core aims of the seminar are to set out the legal status of each Eurojust national member vis-a-vis the national judicial authorities and to identify the scope of activities that they can carry out.

Eurojust is a new European Union body established in 2002 to enhance the effectiveness of the competent authorities within Member States when they are dealing with the investigation and prosecution of serious cross-border crime. Eurojust is composed of 15 national members - with EU Member State nominating one each. The national members are experienced prosecutors or judges.

 

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