EUROJUST Joint Investigation Teams (JIT)


  • Myzafer Elezi Lecturer, Department of Justice, Ismail Qemali University of Vlora
  • Neshet Ngucaj Chamber of Advocates-Vlore


The title of this paper identifies key words starting with police and judicial cooperation, to proceed with European level agencies responsible for this cooperation, and Eurojust Euopol, respectively, and further with the new mechanism of this cooperation, the Joint Teams investigation. While it is true that this cooperation has its origins in Title VI, under the third pillar of the Treaty on European Union signed on 7 February 1992 in Maastricht, the successive developments at European and international treaty for the European Union underwent significant changes , and so changed the provisions relating to judicial and police cooperation, the Treaty of Amsterdam and the Treaty of Nice to achieve the changes brought by the Lisbon Treaty (Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union).Precisely, the evolution of judicial and police cooperation, is the starting point of this paper, because through a brief overview, the judicial and police cooperation, can be identified, mechanisms and agencies of the European Union, created specifically for this purpose, especially Europol and Eurojust.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n1p103


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EUROJUST Joint Investigation Teams (JIT). (2014). Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 5(1), 103.