Year 2021, Volume 7 , Issue 19, Pages 324 - 331 2021-05-07

CORRECTION: CONCEPT OF JOINT INVESTIGATION TEAMS

Venelin TERZİEV [1] , Marin PETKOV [2] , Dragomir KRASTEV [3]


The objective is to provide information, guidance and advice to practitioners on the formation of joint investigation teams (JITs). It was developed by the JITs Network - in cooperation with Eurojust, Europol and OLAF - and enhances the previous JITs manual in light of the acquired practical experience. The EU legal framework for setting up JITs between Member States can be found in Article 13 of the 2000 EU Mutual Legal Assistance Convention1 and the 2002 Framework Decision on JITs2. All Member States have implemented one or both of these legal bases, to date.


The original article was published on 31 August 2018. http://ijasos.ocerintjournals.org/en/pub/issue/38943/455669 

Eurojust, Europol, OLAF, Joint Investigation Teams
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Primary Language en
Subjects Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary
Journal Section Makaleler
Authors

Author: Venelin TERZİEV
Institution: University of Rousse
Country: Bulgaria


Author: Marin PETKOV
Institution: National Military University
Country: Bulgaria


Author: Dragomir KRASTEV
Institution: National Military University
Country: Bulgaria


Dates

Publication Date : May 7, 2021

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