Event Date/Time: Mar 22, 2010 End Date/Time: Mar 23, 2010
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Description

The crime of trafficking in human beings is a major challenge for law enforcement and the courts in Europe. Its transnational nature calls for mutual understanding among law enforcement officers, prosecutors and judges about the differences in law and approaches to investigation and prosecution in different countries.

This seminar will introduce participants to techniques and strategies of successfully investigating and prosecuting cases of trafficking, in particular:

- responding to the specific situation of the victim and intelligence-led investigation;
- asset recovery;
- differences in national legislation creating obstacles to successful investigation;
- improving international cooperation, including cooperation with Europol and Eurojust.

Experienced prosecutors and judges will report from their practical experience and discuss strategies in smaller groups by using actual or fictitious case studies.

Venue

Trier
Trier
Germany
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