The Joint Investigations aim to tackle trans-border organized crime in SELEC region. They are conducted under the coordination of SELEC Operational Directorate, based on the proposals coming from the Member States’ Liaison Officers or Operational Partners’ representatives.
SELEC Operational Meetings
are those meetings attended by law enforcement officers and prosecutors upon
the request from at least two Member States, aiming to tackle criminal
organizations or individuals acting in the field of trans-border crime. The objective
of an Operational Meeting is to exchange additional intelligence, share their
own analytical products and to plan future operational and judicial activities
on the respective territories of the involved Member States.
In just several months, the Romanian, Hungarian and Hellenic law enforcement authorities successfully finalized joint investigation code-named OPERATION WALL STREET related to an organized crime group dealing with cyber criminality, drug trafficking and money ...
Following the exchange of information through SELEC, the law enforcement authorities from Hungary, Republic of Moldova and Romania initiated joint investigation “Network” targeting an organized crime group that was dealing with stolen ...
On March 23, 2021, the final steps of the joint investigation code-named Skipper, on migrants smuggling, took place, with the support of SELEC. The Investigation and Protection Agency – SIPA (Bosnia ...
On 10 of December 2020 the Bulgarian and Romanian authorities successfully concluded joint investigation codenamed VOICES that was targeting offenders committing social engineering crimes by phone/phone scams, fraudulently obtaining financial ...
At the end of March 2020 was finalized joint investigation REACTION II conducted between Bulgarian Police and Turkish Customs, operation that resulted in a seizure of 72 kg heroine in ...