Financial and Computer Crime Task Force

Established in 2001
Coordinated by: Republic of North Macedonia

Credit Card Fraud – Coordinated by Romania
Cyber Crime – Coordinated by Romania
Money Laundering – Coordinated by Republic of Moldova
Intellectual Property – Coordinated by Republic of Bulgaria
Counterfeit Currency – Coordinated by Republic of North Macedonia

The Task Force has the following sub-groups:

This Task Force has regular annual meetings, providing forums of discussion for experts from SELEC Member States and partner countries and organizations. During the these meetings, the experts had the opportunity to share good practices and challenges, to initiate joint investigations, to evaluate the activities conducted and to decide upon further steps to be taken at regional level, as part of a common and more efficient endeavor for tackling cross-border organized crime.

Regional workshop organized by SELEC regarding the connection between firearms trafficking and cybercrime
Regional workshop organized by SELEC regarding the connection between firearms trafficking and cybercrime
    April 25, 2018
During 25-26 April 2018, in the framework of Project SIRAS- Strengthening the Fight against Firearms Trafficking in Southeastern Europe, SELEC organized in Tirana/Republic of Albania the Interdisciplinary regional workshop “Links ...
Financial and Computer Crime Task Force Meeting
Financial and Computer Crime Task Force Meeting
    October 18, 2016
Bucharest, October 18th 2016 – Due to extent of Internet as a communication and commerce tool and the dynamic interconnections built globally, financial and computer crimes became a very serious problem with ...
Financial and Computer Crime Task Force Regional Meeting
Financial and Computer Crime Task Force Regional Meeting
    October 26, 2015
Ohrid/ Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, October 20 – 21, 2015 – The Financial and Computer Crime Task Force Regional Meeting organized by SELEC was attended by 30 participants from the ...
New initiative to protect Romanian children from travelling UK sex offenders
New initiative to protect Romanian children from travelling UK sex offenders
    June 29, 2015
Bucharest/ Romania, June 29, 2015 – The National Crime Agency (NCA), in conjunction with the British Embassy Bucharest, is launching a new weapon to combat the exploitation and abuse of children ...
Conference on Illicit Financial Flows
Conference on Illicit Financial Flows
    December 2, 2014
Bucharest, November 27-28, 2014 – Over 50 law enforcement experts gathered and discussed on the topic of illicit financial flows during a Conference jointly organized by SELEC, in the framework of ...