Judicial cooperation in criminal matters

The European Judicial Network in criminal matters (EJN) is a Network of national Contact Points for the facilitation of judicial cooperation in criminal matters.

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EJN Tools for Judicial Cooperation

Judicial Atlas

Judicial Atlas

Identification of the locally competent authority

Compendium

Compendium

Drafting requests for? judicial cooperation

Judicial Library

Judicial Library

Documents related to the EU legal instruments

Cooperation outside the EU

Cooperation outside the EU

Cooperation with non-EU Countries and Judicial Networks

Fiches Belges

Fiches Belges

Practical information on? specific set of measures

Info about national systems

Info about national systems

Organisation, judicial cooperations, links and more useful information

List of Contact Points

List of Contact Points

Contact Details of the EJN Contact Points

Latest

  • 59th Plenary meeting of the EJN under the FR Presidency

    59th Plenary meeting of the EJN under the FR Presidency

    20 June 2022 · EJN
  • The European Commission published Guidelines on Extradition to Third States

    The European Commission published Guidelines on Extradition to Third States

    On 08 June 2022 the European Commission the Guidelines on Extradition to Third States. They can be found in all languages on the following link EUR-Lex - 52022XC0608(01) - EN - EUR-Lex (europa.eu)

    10 June 2022 · Legislation
  • EJN Regional Meeting, 2-3 June in Riga, Latvia

    EJN Regional Meeting, 2-3 June in Riga, Latvia

    On 2nd and 3rd June 2022 EJN Regional meeting took place, in Riga, Latvia, organised by the Latvian contact points of the EJN. To the meeting participated EJN contact points from Estonia, Finland, Lithuania and Sweden, National contact points from Latvia, more than 10 regional judges, 2 representatives from the General Prosecutor Office and 2 State police.

    9 June 2022 · EJN
  • New EAW judgment – time limit for surrender and interpretation of “force majeure”

    New EAW judgment – time limit for surrender and interpretation of “force majeure”

    The CJEU delivered a new EAW judgment, interpreting Article 23 of the EAW Framework Decision and the concept of “force majeure” concerning delayed execution of EAW.

    11 May 2022 · Legislation

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Topics in focus

Practical information about relevant legislation adopted by European Union for judicial cooperation in criminal matters.

EAW

EAW

European Arrest Warrant

e-Evidence

e-Evidence

Instruments and Guides

EIO

EIO

European Investigation Order

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The Trade and Cooperation Agreement: new legal basis covering a wide range of judicial cooperation between the EU and the UK

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