About 3,600 international crime organisations operate in the EU. To address the problem, the EP's special organised crime committee spoke to 271 stakeholders over 18 months. This week it produced a report with recommendations on how to best fight organised crime at the European and global level. It will be voted on during the second plenary in October. Find out the shocking facts about international crime in our infographic.
Organised crime is no longer only a national problem.By investing in new technologies, criminals find it easier to operate in other countries. In our infographic you will discover the latest figures on organised crime, corruption and money laundering in Europe.