Established in 2002
Coordinated by Hungary
This Task Force
has regular 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
Theft and fraudulent acquisition of motor vehicles remains a lucrative business for the organized criminal groups involved in this criminal activity.
In the constant effort to support the Member States’ law ...
Bucharest, November 9th, 2016 – Vehicle crime can be regarded as subject to basic economic principles, cost/benefit ratio and demand/supply principle, as the organized criminal groups have a high level of ...
Bucharest, April 1, 2015 – Over 50 experts from SELEC Member States – Republic of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republic of Bulgaria, Republic of Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, ...
Banja Luka, March 27, 2014 – Under the auspices of the Southeast European Law Enforcement Center (SELEC), over 45 experts from SELEC Member States – Republic of Albania, Bosnia and ...
Timeframe: 10 April 2013 Location: SELEC Headquarters
Bucharest, April 10, 2013 – The 10th Meeting of the Stolen Vehicles Task Force was held today at the SELEC premises in Bucharest/ Romania.
The representatives of the ...