We are glad to disseminate the results of the event “JUDICIAL AND POLICE COOPERATION: BEST PRACTICES”, held in Venice on the 22nd and 23rd September.
The event was organised within the framework of several European projects on judicial cooperation, orchestrated by a network of Prosecutors and District Anti-Mafia Directorates active across several Italian regions.
As one of the organisers of the event, we are proud to have seen the quality of results achieved and believe this event has provided an important opportunity for the exchange of information and opinions among all the speakers and participants. Furthermore, after months of travel restrictions, we are particularly glad to have brought so many practitioners and experts together in person. We believe that, while we have learned a great deal about cooperation and exchange during the pandemic, no virtual meeting could have achieved the same level of information, exchange of ideas and cause for reflection. We hope that this was the first of many more in-person events to come.
If you would like to read the main outcomes of the three panels, please contact us.
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