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EC requests Maltese anti-money laundering watchdog to step up supervision of banks
The EU Commission requested the Maltese anti-money laundering supervisor Thursday to take additional measures to fully comply with its obligations under the ...
Online gaming and betting: EGBA welcomes extension of revised anti-money laundering directive to all gambling services
EU online gambling operators salute the European Commission’s updated rules (see link) on anti-money laundering. The new rules, which we hope will bring a ...
Illegal cigarette factory in Lithuania raided
An illegal cigarette factory in Vilnius, capable of producing at least 1000 cigarettes a minute, has been raided and closed down in an operation mounted by ...
VAT fraud costs the EU EUR 50 billion a year
EU countries lost almost EUR 150 billion in VAT revenues in 2016, of which EUR 50 bn went to the benefit of criminals, according to a new study published ...
6 hours for tech firms to hand over key evidence under EU security proposal
Police and judicial authorities would gain easier and faster access to e-evidence such as e-mails or documents under new EU proposals to help them investigate, ...
EU crackdown on drivers committing traffic offences abroad - guide
Drivers will be punished for traffic offences they commit abroad, including the four "big killers" causing 75% of road fatalities - speeding, breaking traffic ...
European Agenda on Security
The European Commission set out on 28 April a European Agenda on Security for the period 2015-2020 to support EU Member States' cooperation in tackling ...
Europe strikes against the smuggling of counterfeit goods
Millions of counterfeit goods have been seized in a European Joint Customs Operation code-named Matthew II, the results of which were published today. The ...
EU adds Saudi Arabia to money-laundering blacklist
Saudi Arabia has been added to the EU's list of 23 third countries with strategic deficiencies in their anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing ...
European Cybercrime Center EC³
What are the main future cybercrime threats on the horizon? And how has the European Cybercrime Center (EC3) contributed to protect European citizens and ...
State of the Union 2018: stronger anti-money laundering supervision
In the 2018 'State of the Union' address to the European Parliament, EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker proposed stronger anti-money laundering ...
EMCDDA–Europol 2010 Annual Report on the implementation of Council Decision 2005/387/JHA
This report presents the results and outlines the key achievements for 2010 on the information exchange, risk-assessment and control of new psychoactive ...
The computerised system ECRIS was established in April 2012 to create an efficient exchange of information on criminal convictions between EU Member States. ...
Upgrade of European Criminal Records Information System (ECRIS)
The European Commission proposed on 19 January to facilitate the exchange of criminal records of non-EU citizens in the EU by upgrading the European Criminal ...
EU Drug Markets Report 2016 - EMCDDA
The 2016 EU Drug Markets Report provides a unique insight into the operation of illicit drug markets in the EU. The report assesses the impact of the drug ...
EU moots centre to combat cybercrime in Europe
The EU on Monday set out plans for a centre to combat cybercrime in Europe. Ministers meeting in Luxembourg proposed the new centre as part of a longer term ...
The EU drugs action plan (2009-2012)
This action plan establishes five priorities to be implemented in the fight against drugs: coordination at European and national levels, reduction of demand ...
Customs response to latest trends in counterfeiting and piracy
The European Commission proposes a series of customs measures aimed at protecting the EU more effectively against counterfeiting and piracy. These measures ...
Combating corruption in the private sector
This report shows several countries still have not implemented EU rules which make active and passive bribery by private companies a crime. The Commission is ...
EU drug markets report: key findings
Europe is entering an important new era in the supply and demand for illicit drugs -- a development which is challenging current policies and responses. This ...
The European Union holds a strong and principled position against the death penalty; its abolition is a key objective for the Union’s human rights policy. ...
Mandate for the EU-U.S. cooperation on electronic evidence
The European Commission recommended on 5 February engaging in two international negotiations on cross-border rules to obtain electronic evidence.
Anti-terrorism package
The European Commission reports regularly on progress made towards creating an effective and genuine Security Union and is today presenting its 11th Progress ...
EU approach to security of 5G networks
The European Commission recommended on 26 March a set of operational steps and measures to ensure a high level of cybersecurity of 5G networks across the EU.
EU action against gun violence - Communication
The European Commission has presented suggestions on how to reduce gun related violence in Europe. It identifies actions at EU level, through legislation, ...
EU Internal Security Strategy in Action - guide
The "EU Internal Security Strategy in Action" comprises 41 actions targeting the most urgent security threats facing Europe. They include a shared agenda to ...
New European crime investigation tool comes into force
A new tool to help European authorities fight crime and terrorism came into force Monday, simplifying the work of judicial authorities when they request ...
Decision establishing Eurojust
In order to improve cooperation in the fight against crime, the Council set up Eurojust. This body of the EU is competent to act in investigations and ...
Access to justice for victims of hate crimes: the views of practitioners
Hate crime is the most severe expression of discrimination, and a core fundamental rights abuse. Various initiatives target such crime, but most hate crime ...
The compendium of good practices collates practices for combating hate crime from across the EU, with a step-by-step description of the practice broken down by ...
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