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Conclusions of the 11th Annual Meeting of National Experts on Joint Investigation Teams

The Conclusions of the 11th Annual Meeting of National Experts on Joint Investigation Teams (JITs), which took place on 11-12 June 2015, in the Hague, are now available.

The Conclusions include information about the tools developed in the past years in order to support JITs, as well as on best practices of JIT cooperation in border areas.

The Joint Investigation Teams Manual was a tool jointly prepared by Eurojust and Europol and distributed among Member States in November 2011 and the participants in the 11th Annual meeting considered that there is a need for updating this manual.

Another useful tool proved to be the JIT model agreements.

The JITs Restricted Area was developed in 2013 on the infrastructure and functionalities of the Eurojust website as a password-protected area accessible from the Internet, with the aim of being a single repository on JITs and allow practitioners to exchange views on issues related to the functioning of JITs.

In the meeting the project of the so called Fiches espagnoles was presented, as an instrument to collect and make available to practitioners via the JITs restricted area summaries of the national legislation of Member States that are relevant to the setting-up and operation of JITs.

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Conclusions of the 11th of Annual meeting of National Experts on JITs.

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