Extraditions within member states

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Dear The European Union’s Judicial Cooperation Unit,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

A list of every person that has been extradited from one EU State member to another member, specifying the legal reason of each case. As far as it is possible, I would like to get this information in a reusable format like XLs, CVs.

I beg that any personal information is provided in the exercice of my right access to this information.

Thank you very much for your help.

Yours faithfully,

Laura AN

LS-Admin-External, Unidad de Cooperación Judicial de la Unión Europea

Dear Ms AN,

Eurojust hereby acknowledges receipt of your e-mail dated 22 April 2015, as registered by Eurojust the following day, requesting access to documents containing the following information:

“A list of every person that has been extradited from one EU State member to another member, specifying the legal reason of each case”.

Please be informed that your request will be processed as quickly as possible and in compliance with the applicable rules of our organisation.

Yours sincerely,

Catherine Deboyser
Head of Legal Service
EUROJUST

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LS-Admin-External, Unidad de Cooperación Judicial de la Unión Europea

Dear Ms AN,

Further to your email dated 22 April 2015, taking into account the very broad and general nature of your request, it may be helpful if I outline further the role of Eurojust.

Eurojust was set up by the Council of the European Union in February 2002. Its mission is to improve the fight against serious cross-border crime by assisting competent national investigation and prosecution authorities in specific cases involving two or more Member States falling within one of the crime areas for which Eurojust is competent. As such, given that Eurojust’s mandate covers support to national authorities in the individual cases in which Eurojust’s assistance is requested, Eurojust does not maintain a complete overview of extradition and surrender procedures across the EU.

In light of this clarification, we kindly ask you to further specify your request in order for Eurojust to be able to identify the documents requested.

Kind regards,

Catherine Deboyser
Head of Legal Service
EUROJUST

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