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  • Eurojust action against criminal groups abusing corona crisis

    08 / 04 / 2020Eurojust has taken action in various cases of online fraud and computer hacking by criminal organisations abusing the current COVID 19-crisis. At the request of, for instance, Germany, France and the Czech Republic, cross-border investigations are actively supported, regarding fake sales of protective face masks and hand gels. In the Czech Republic, criminals have even hacked the computer system of a hospital, forcing its temporary closure... read more

  • Action against large-scale investment fraud in several countries

    07 / 04 / 2020With the support of Eurojust, authorities in Austria, Bulgaria, Germany and Serbia have successfully carried out operations against two organised criminal groups (OCGs) suspected of large-scale investment fraud in cyber-trading. In spite of the challenges of the current coronavirus crisis, an action day took place on 2 April... read more

  • Update of tool supporting judicial authorities in using the European Arrest Warrant

    30 / 03 / 2020A new version of the country-by-country overview on the position of public prosecutors in relation to the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) is now available. The updated tool covers the EU Member States, the United Kingdom and Norway. It reflects relevant judgments by the European Court of Justice and now also includes information on judicial protection and the possibility to contest a prosecutor’s decision to issue an EAW... read more

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Measures regarding coronavirus COVID-19
In line with the recommendations of the Dutch authorities on countering the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Eurojust staff are now all working from home.
Eurojust takes the care of its employees and its social responsibility extremely seriously, and will continue following the guidance issued by the Dutch government and European health authorities.
The Agency remains fully operational and business continuity measures have been put in place to ensure adequate judicial cooperation and coordination.

The fourth Eurojust Newsletter of 2019 is now available. For more information, click here.


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