Following a public call for tender organised by Eurojust, the SAFE / EPLO consortium has been selected to implement EuroMed Justice Programme training component.
21 training sessions (including ToT trainings) for around 450 judges and prosecutors from South Partner Countries and EU member states are scheduled to be delivered in 2022 in four thematic areas:
- International cooperation in criminal matters in the Euro-Mediterranean region, including, but not limited to mutual legal assistance in criminal matters, extradition, transfer of proceedings, transfer of sentenced persons, joint investigations, parallel investigations, spontaneous exchange of information, emergency procedures;
- Procedural criminal law and investigative techniques – AML investigations; asset recovery and confiscation of crime proceeds; special investigative techniques; procedures to investigate terrorism cases; procedural rights for victims and defendants etc.;
- Criminal law – terrorism related crime; financial crime; drug trafficking; traffic of human beings; migrant smuggling etc.;
- Cybercrime, electronic evidence and data protection related aspects in international cooperation in criminal matters procedures
Below a short presentation of the SAFE/ EPLO Consortium :