Southeast European Law Enforcement Center (SELEC)
Established 1 Feb 2001, as SECI Regional Center for Combating Trans-Border Crime (SECI Center Bucharest), set up by F-XF4396 - Southeast European Cooperative Initiative (SECI), when 'Agreement on Cooperation to Prevent and Combat Trans-border Crime (SECI Agreement)' entered into force, after being signed by 12 Southeast European countries on 26 May 1999. Transformed into center under current title, 7 Oct 2011, when Convention of the Southeast European Law Enforcement Center entered into force, the Convention being ratified by all 12 Member States.
Provide support for Member States in exchanging information and coordinating joint investigations and regional operations; enhance coordination in preventing and combating crime, including serious and organized crime, where such crime involves or appears to involve an element of trans-border activity.
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SELEC Council, composed of high level representatives of Member States; Management. Police and Customs Authorities' Liaison Officers posted at SELEC headquarters. Under SELEC umbrella: E-XM2649 - Southeast European Prosecutors Advisory Group (SEEPAG).
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