SPAK establishes digital expertise laboratory with money seized from criminal groups
The Inter-Institutional Committee for Measures against Organized Crime of SPAK has decided this Tuesday to establish a laboratory of digital expertise with the money seized by criminal groups.
At the meeting where the decision was made, the head of the Special Prosecution Office presented to the Committee the work done by the institution he leads to set up the laboratory in question.
Notification of SPAK:
In the premises of the Special Prosecution against Corruption and Organized Crime, today on 23.11.2021 was held the next meeting of the Inter-Institutional Committee for measures against Organized Crime. The Inter-Institutional Committee is established pursuant to the provisions of Law No. 10192, dated 03.12.2009 "On the prevention and combating of organized crime, trafficking and corruption through preventive measures against property", (amended).
The Head of the Special Prosecution Office presented to the Inter-Institutional Committee the work done by the Special Prosecution Office in terms of setting up a digital expertise laboratory in the premises of the SPAK. The laboratory was set up using the confiscated funds of criminal groups within the law no. 10192, dated 03.12.2009, funds which the Inter-Institutional Committee has made available to the Special Prosecution, based on a detailed project submitted by the SPAK.
The participants in the meeting appreciated the importance of using effectively and for the proper purpose the funds that are confiscated from criminal groups. They concluded that this should be continued, ie making the confiscated funds available to law enforcement agencies, in order to increase their technical capacity, as well as increase the effectiveness of prosecution against organized crime and corruption.