The European Network on the Administrative Approach (ENAA) has been formed within the EU in the Council Conclusion of 5 November 2010. Since then the Network has evolved into a Network of National Contact Points which act as a gateway to law enforcement agencies, government departments, administrative bodies and academia in their respective countries. More […]
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The European Network on the Administrative Approach (ENAA) held a session in Brussels with eleven different Member States to work on a “European barrier model Organised Property crime”. The participants prioritised the process steps of the OPC barrier model, distinguishing between international and national process steps. The Member States selected the barriers that deserves the […]
Europol operation Mobile 4 conducted in November 2021, has targeted multiple forms of organised property crime and fraud in 16 European countries and 6 Balkan states. As a result, Europol operative successfully intercepted hundreds of stolen vehicles and vehicle parts. Read the full article here.
In May 2017 Europol has supported an international investigation led by France and Bulgaria to dismantle a criminal network involved in the theft of catalytic converters in France. As a result, 8 Bulgarian nationals were arrested, suspected of having stolen over 580 catalytic converters, according to the investigators the total estimated losses could amount to […]
In October 2016 Europol coordinated operation between the French Gendarmerie and the German Police of Cologne, as result 15 suspects were arrested. The investigators claimed that the organised crime group specialized in the theft of luxury vehicles. Read the full article here.
V-BAR seeks to analyse the dynamics of the criminal markets of motor vehicle theft and stolen vehicle parts in the EU. Based on logistical analyses of these markets in 6 EU Member States, V-BAR will develop a European barrier model of organised vehicle theft and stolen vehicle parts.
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