41/2015 Joint Investigation Team leadership

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15 June 2015 to 19 June 2015

This seminar aims to enhance competences and deepen understanding on leading, setting up and functioning of Joint Investigation Teams.

Participants will be able to:

  • understand team leadership
  • apply the concept of JITs
  • compare JITs with other forms of criminal investigations
  • identify legal practice and procedural issues in JITs
  • illustrate how to set up and operate a JIT
  • select appropriate services offered by the European Union to support JITs
  • differentiate the roles of the actors in a JIT
  • complete and submit applications for JIT funding
  • draft a JIT agreement based on the model agreement available in the JITs Manual; evaluate a JIT based on the evaluation template from CEPOL JIT Online Learning Module and the JITs Network Secretariat
Target Audience: 

Law enforcement officials and prosecutors, including potential leaders of Joint Investigation Teams (JITs).

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A new scenario for CEPOL's training course on Joint Investigation Teams

28 August 2015

The French National Police College (ENSP) organised from 15 to 19 June 2015 CEPOL’s course 41/2015 “Joint Investigation Team (JIT) leadership”. 47 participants, including magistrates and police officers, gathered at ENSP’s premises in Lyon (France) to learn about the different steps of a joint investigation. During the workshops, participants learned how to prepare a file, explored the dynamics of Coordination meetings, learned how to draft a JIT agreement or integrate a third State into a Joint Investigation Team.


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