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Organised Crime in the EU: Cases, Trends and Tools (Focus on environmental crimes) 22-23 May 2014, Trier

The Academy of European Law is offering a seminar on operational and judicial cooperation developments at EU and national level in the fight against organised crime, in particular against various forms of environmental crimes. New illicit trends are disrupting the correct functioning of the internal market and generating huge profits for cross-border crime groups.

Key topics

  • Latest trends in environmental criminality in the EU
  • The involvement of organised crime groups in environmental crimes
  • Judicial cooperation challenges in cross-border environmental crime cases
  • Detection, investigation and prosecution of environmental crimes

 

Who should attend?

Judges, prosecutors and law enforcement officials active in the detection and combatting of organised crime.


Methodology

The programme will offer a mixture of training methods, varying from lectures to interactive workshops.


Seminar fee and reimbursement

The project is co-financed by the European Commission under the “Prevention of and fight against crime” programme (ISEC 2011).

Seminar fee including documentation & meals

  • 2 nights accommodation
  • travel reimbursement*     €105

 

General conditions

2 nights accommodation will be reimbursed by ERA up to €90 / night. Participants from the Trier and Luxembourg region are not eligible for accommodation reimbursement.

* Special conditions
For judges and prosecutors (30 places available) travel costs will be reimbursed (up to € 400).

Registration

The number of places for the seminar is limited. The places will be allocated among the eligible applicants on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information, click here.


05 Mar 2014



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