This joint CEPOL-EJTN training will bring together prosecutors and senior police officers from different EU MS with the aim to strengthen multidisciplinary cooperation about financial investigations and develop cooperation between law enforcement and judicial authorities; to enhance knowledge on gathering proof of crime through financial investigations; to improve asset tracing, recovery and management capability.
Law enforcement officials (funded by CEPOL) and judges/prosecutors (involved in cases with financial investigations (funded by the EJTN).
General Learning Outcomes - upon completion of the activity the participants will be able to:
- Strengthen multidisciplinary cooperation on financial investigations
- Understand the impact of underground banking, the use of virtual currencies and new technologies (TORnet, Darknet) on financial investigations
- Exchange best practices on law enforcement and judicial cooperation in (cross-border) financial investigations, through the review of concrete practical cases.
- Identify opportunities for financial investigations, e.g. large banking frauds, investment frauds
- Understand forensic financial analysis, risk analysis and profiling
- Discuss asset identification, valuation and investigative measures
- Recognise the instruments of cooperation towards more effective and efficient confiscation and asset recovery proceedings;
- Explain national and international structures in place for financial investigation assistance as well as EU instruments to be used within this framework
- Understand the role of various international actors, such as Europol, Eurojust, OLAF and networks such as FIU, CARIN, the Egmont Group and ALEFA
All applications must be submitted through the candidates' national EJTN member institution.
Upon invitation by EJTN, participants register via EJTN online platform to which they receive access.
After the event, reimbursement is processed via EJTN online platform.
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Number of places:
12 Judges and Prosecutors preferably involved in cross border investigations. All Member States.
Deadline for applications:
22 May 2020