iPROCEEDS project was launched to address challenges with respect to cybercrime and related criminal money flows by strengthening the capacity of criminal justice authorities to effectively respond to cybercrime and to search, seize and confiscate proceeds from online crime. In December 2019 the project is to be completed.
The final review workshops took place from 19 to 28 November in Albania, North Macedonia, Kosovo* and Turkey.
The four final assessments were based on the information and data submitted by the relevant national authorities as a reply to a questionnaire, the Initial Situation Report drafted at the beginning of the project, project Narrative Reports, the logical framework (with a special emphasis on performance indicators), as well as other available reports and documents.
Representatives of the Cybercrime Units, Financial Investigation Units, Prosecutor’s Offices, Financial Intelligence Units, Ministries of Justice and Judicial Academies attended the discussions related to the evaluation of the progress, outcomes achieved and encountered challenges.
- iPROCEEDS project webpage
1* This designation is without prejudice to positions on status and is in line with UNSC 1244 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo Declaration of Independence.