Established in 2009
Coordinated by Hungary
The Task Force has
the following sub-group:
• Crimes against Cultural Heritage Goods – Coordinated by Republic of North Macedonia
Today, 7th of October marks SELEC’s anniversary, and we take this opportunity to address our appreciation to the law enforcement authorities for their devoted work and commitment to the SELEC mission.
During this ...
With the aim of combating more effectively money laundering and the financing of terrorism, SELEC concluded a Letter of Intent with the OTP Bank Plc.’s IT and Security Directorate in order ...
SELEC recently expanded its area of action in preventing and combating transnational organized crime by concluding a Cooperation Agreement with Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The highest decision-making body of SELEC, the ...
SELEC and United Kingdom, through the National Crime Agency, recently concluded a Cooperation Agreement, being granted by the SELEC Council the Operational Partner status with SELEC.
The purpose of this agreement ...
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 ...