European Judicial Network (EJN)
Réseau judiciaire européen (RJE)
Established on the basis of an Action Plan (recommendation no 2) on creation of a European Judicial Network (OJ L 191 of 07 Jun 1998, p4), adopted in 1997 by E-XE7976 - European Council to combat organized crime, prepared by a High Level Group of experts from Member States. Several of the recommendations of this Action Plan aim at improving the standards of cooperation between judicial authorities in criminal matters. Officially inaugurated, 25 Sep 1998, by the Austrian Minister of Justice acting as the Presidency of the Council of the F-XF2147 - European Union (EU).
Facilitate and speed-up judicial cooperation in criminal matters; give support to practitioners by means of information systems, facilitation of contacts and direct assistance in the preparation and execution of requests for assistance.
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Composed of contact points of Member States, as well as in EU institutions and non-EU countries. The EJN Secretariat is part of F-XF6206 - Eurojust , but functions as a separate and autonomous unit to support the functioning of the EJN.
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