What is our main goal?
Sat-Law Project will contribute to the analysis of the consistency of the EIO Directive and other judicial instruments; will focus on the analysis aimed at contributing to the European Agenda on Security with regard to judicial response to terrorism, organized crime and cybercrime, and on reinforcing the prevention of radicalization from a judicial point of view, in particular within the penitentiary environment, through the use of detention measures in the indictment phase; will improve the access to the electronic evidences and its admissibility in front of the courts during the processes.
- Quantitative and Qualitative research (throughout surveys and focus groups);
- 2 Researches on “Consistency with other instruments and European judicial cooperation treaties” and “Consistency with all the European directives that protect the rights of suspects and defendants”.
- 10 Judicial Living Labs: which will be used for the analysis and comparison of the aspects of the legislative implementation of European legislation through the multidisciplinary comparative analysis of the various Directives. The JLLs will be interactive meetings of experts in the field that will create position papers (ie documents that will give indications on how to act).
- 2 Manuals on “European Case Law” and “Examination on Conformity”
- 2 Final Conferences organized in Italy and Spain conceived as main networking events inviting different stakeholders.
- 300 units between Judges, courts, investigating judges, prosecutors and lawyers.
- 1000 units of police forces at central and local level.
- 1000 units of the Penitentiary Police, penitentiary operators and surveillance judges.
- 500 units of private experts.
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