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Formally established by decision of E-XE3068 - Council of the European Union of 28 Feb 2002 (2002/187/JHA), following recommendations of meeting of E-XE7976 - European Council, Oct 1999, Tampere (Finland), decision of 6 Dec 2000, Brussels (Belgium), of Heads of State and Government of F-XF2147 - European Union (EU) and discussions of F-XF0667 - European Parliament (EP), 28 Nov 2001. Intended to complement E-XE1915 - European Police Office (Europol). Initially a provisional body with the title Pro-Eurojust; commenced operations as a permanent body under listed title, 1 Mar 2001. Mandate amended by Council Decision 2009/426/JHA of 16 Dec 2008. A decentralized agency of the European Union.
Enhance efficiency of national investigating and prosecuting authorities when dealing with serious cross-border organized crime.
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Comprises high-level prosecutors, judges or police officers of equivalent competence, one from each EU Member State. Secretariats of F-XF6123 - European Judicial Network (EJN), Genocide Network and JITs Network form part of the Eurojust administration.
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