Council of Europe Consultative Council of European Prosecutors (CCPE)
The Consultative Council of European Prosecutors adopts an Opinion on the role of prosecutors in relation to the rights of victims and witnesses in criminal proceedingsStrasbourg 30 November 2017
The CCPE recommends the implementation, in all member States, of a series of rights and...
Plenary meeting of the CCPE and adoption of the Opinion on "The right of victims, witnesses and vulnerable persons"Strasbourg 23 November 2017
The 12th plenary meeting of the CCPE took place on 23 and 24 November 2017 in Strasbourg. On that...
18 September 2017
The CCPE is a consultative body to the Committee of Ministers composed of high level prosecutors...
Meeting of the CCPE working group in charge of drawing up Opinion No. 12 on the rights of victims, witnesses and vulnerable persons16 June 2017
The meeting of the CCPE Working group in charge of drawing up Opinion No. 12 on the rights of...
At a glance
Recognising the essential role of the public prosecutor in the criminal justice system of a State governed by the Rule of Law, the Committee of Ministers decided in July 2005 to institutionalise the yearly Conference of Prosecutors General of Europe (CPCE) through the creation of the Consultative Council of European Prosecutors (CCPE).
This consultative body to the Committee of Ministers composed of high level prosecutors of all member States has in particular the task to prepare opinions for the Committee of Ministers on issues related to the prosecution service, to promote the implementation of Recommendation Rec(2000)19 and Recommendation Rec(2012)11 on the role of public prosecution in the criminal justice system, and to collect information about the functioning of prosecution services in Europe.