Day-and-a-half training aimed at improving knowledge and experience of judges and prosecutors to trace, freeze, seize and re-use illicitly acquired assets through the use of EU legal instruments required to ensure effective procedures of confiscation and recovery of illegally acquired assets in the EU. Sharing of experiences and good practices regarding the implementation of financial investigations within EU, and cooperation with EUROPOL, EUROJUST and international networks as CARIN are at the core of the seminar.
The overall aim of the seminar is to increase understanding and common approaches on financial investigations, confiscation and criminal assets recovery; to discuss practical use of legal instruments in this area, exchange knowledge and facilitate cooperation between the judicial authorities of the Member States as well as with international organizations and EU agencies.
The training will combine lectures, presentations and workshops with study cases to enhance practical knowledge of practitioners.
Judges and Prosecutors from all EU Member States, preferably criminal judges and prosecutors with some knowledge of EU Criminal Law and judicial cooperation in criminal matters.
- Terms and Conditions of Participation
- Expense Claim Form
All applications must be submitted through the candidates' national EJTN member institution.
Number of participants:
All Member States. 38 places
Deadline for application:
1 September 2018