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Hearings, Under Rule 193 of the Rules of Procedure, a committee is permitted to organise a hearing with experts, where this is considered essential to its work on a particular subject. Hearings can also be held jointly by two or more committees. Most committees organise regular hearings, as they allow them to hear from experts and hold discussions on the key issues. On this page you will find all the available information relating to committee hearings, including programmes, posters and contributions from speakers.

CRIM

Organised Crime, Corruption and Money Laundering

18-06-2013

Practical experience in the fight against organised crime and political perspectives

Information

  • common.download.document Programme
  • common.download.document Poster

Contributions

  • common.download.document Mike Beke & Franciso Cardona of Blomeyer & Sanz, Spain
  • common.download.document Draft study on corruption in public procurement contracts
  • common.download.document Rolf Rainer Jaeger, Leitender Kriminaldirektor, BDK, Germany
  • common.download.document Col. CC Giuseppe D'Agata, DIA, Italy
  • common.download.document Arturo De Felice Director, DIA, Italy
  • common.download.document Col. CC Giuseppe D'Agata, DIA, Italy
CRIM

Organised Crime, Corruption and Money Laundering

27-05-2013

Impact of Organised Crime, Corruption and Money Laundering on the EU Internal market

Information

  • common.download.document Programme
  • common.download.document Poster

Contributions

  • common.download.document Michel Barnier, Commissioner for Internal Market & Services
  • common.download.document Marius Schneider, Chairman of the Anti Counterfeiting Committee of the ECTA
  • common.download.document Rüdiger Stihl, Member of the Supervisory Board of Andreas Stihl AG & Co.
  • common.download.document Rolf Schlotterer, BORKOR Project, Center for Prevention and Countering Corruption & Organised Crime, Bulgaria
CRIM

Organised Crime, Corruption and Money Laundering

23-04-2013

Money laundering and tax evasion in EU Member States and the consequences on the EU

Information

  • common.download.document Programme
  • common.download.document Poster

Contributions

  • common.download.document Michael Dewald, Bundeskriminalamt, Deutschland
  • common.download.document Domagoj Margetic, Investigative Journalist, Croatia
  • common.download.document Brigitte Unger, Professor of Public Sector Economics, Utrecht University
CRIM

Organised Crime, Corruption and Money Laundering

23-04-2013

Trafficking and border control

Information

  • common.download.document Poster
  • common.download.document Programme

Contributions

  • common.download.document Fabio Marini, Head of Task Force Fire Arms, DG HOME
  • common.download.document Yves Gollety, Président de la Chambre syndicale nationale des armuriers de France
  • common.download.document Klaus Rösler, Director of Operations Division, Frontex
  • common.download.document Terho Rajala, National Police Board, Finland
  • common.download.document Vygantas Paigozinas, Deputy Director General - Lithuanian Customs Services
CRIM

Organised Crime, Corruption and Money Laundering

19-03-2013

Joint CRIM - LIBE Hearing - Adapting European structures and institutions in view of fighting organised crime, corruption and money laundering

Information

  • common.download.document Programme
  • common.download.document Poster

Contributions

  • common.download.document Viviane Reding, European Commissioner for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship
  • common.download.document Prof Jörg Monar, Director of Studies, College of Europe
  • common.download.document Michele Coninsx, President of Eurojust
DEVE

Development

CRIM

Organised Crime, Corruption and Money Laundering

19-03-2013

Organised crime, corruption and money laundering: The impact on development

CONTRIBUTIONS

  • common.download.document Contribution Ofir DRORI, LAGA - Wildlife Law Enforcement
  • common.download.document Contribution Saeed PARTO, Director of Research Afghanistan Public Policy Research Organization (APPRO) Kabul, Afghanistan
  • common.download.document Draft programme (EN)
  • common.download.document Poster (EN)
  • common.download.document Poster (FR)
LIBE

Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs

CRIM

Organised Crime, Corruption and Money Laundering

19-03-2013

Joint LIBE - CRIM Hearing: Adapting European structures and institutions in view of fighting organised crime, corruption and money laundering - 19.03.13

Programme

  • common.download.document Programme

Speakers' notes

  • common.download.document Cluster II: Jörg MONAR, Director of Studies, European Political and Administrative Studies Department, College of Europe
CRIM

Organised Crime, Corruption and Money Laundering

19-03-2013

Joint CRIM - DEVE Hearing - Organised crime, corruption and money laundering: The impact on development

Information

  • common.download.document Programme
  • common.download.document Poster

Contributions

  • common.download.document Saeed Parto, Director of Research APPRO, Afghanistan
  • common.download.document Ofir Drori, LAGA - Wildlife Law Enforcement
  • common.download.document Petra Kneuer, European Anti Fraud Office (OLAF)
CRIM

Organised Crime, Corruption and Money Laundering

19-02-2013

CRIM hearings on intelligence and cooperation and specific third country issues

Information

  • common.download.document Programme - Morning
  • common.download.document Programme - Afternoon
  • common.download.document Poster - Intelligence and Cooperation
  • common.download.document Poster - Specific Third Countries Issues

Contributions

  • common.download.document François Farcy, Directeur de la police judiciarie, Police Fédérale, Belgium
  • common.download.document Drew Harris, Assistant Chief Constable, Police Service of Northern Ireland
  • common.download.document Tamara Makarenko, Managing Partner, West Sands Advisory LLP
  • common.download.document Raül Hernández i Sagrera, Reseach Fellow at the Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals
  • common.download.document Victoria Amici, Deputy Head of Unit, Police cooperation and relations with Europol & Cepol (EC)
  • common.download.document Peter Kosters, Head of Operations, Counter Terrorism, Europol
  • common.download.document Peter Kosters, Head of Operations, Counter Terrorism, Europol
CRIM

Organised Crime, Corruption and Money Laundering

23-01-2013

Criminal law, transnational investigation and prosecution in the fight against organised crime, corruption and money laundering

Information

  • common.download.document Poster
  • common.download.document Programme

Contributions

  • common.download.document Prof. Didier Bigo, Professor of International Relations, Science-Po, Paris
  • common.download.document Michele Riccardi, Project Manager BOWNET, Università Cattolica Sacro Cuore, Milan
  • common.download.document Frank Philipsen, General Administrator, Special Tax Inspectorate BBI/ISI Belgium
  • common.download.document Thomas Geier, Staatsanwalt, Bonn, Germany
  • common.download.document Algirdas Semeta, European Commissioner for Taxation & Customs Union & OLAF
  • common.download.document Scott Crosby, Advocate, European Criminal Bar Association
 
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Welcome to the website of the CRIM Special Committee
 
 

The Special Committee on Organised Crime, Corruption and Money Laundering (CRIM) was set up in March 2012 further to the adoption, on 25 October 2011, of the European Parliament resolution on organised crime, for which I was rapporteur.
 
CRIM's term of office will last for one year and may be renewed for a further six months. Its purpose is both to study and analyse these criminal activities and to draw up a comprehensive, structured plan to combat them at EU level.
 
Organised crime, mafias and criminal systems pose a real threat to the security and freedom of European citizens. It is for that reason that the European Parliament, in setting up this special committee, has included the fight against these criminal activities among the priorities of the agenda of the EU and its Member States.
 
CRIM plans to invite the various institutions, international and EU organisations and national investigation and judicial authorities to sit around the same table with a view to developing an integrated and comprehensive strategy to effectively combat criminal systems and related activities, such as corruption and money laundering.
 
Sonia Alfano, Chair