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Detention: Framework Decisions 829 and 947 and their Impact on Alternatives in the EU

Bucharest, 4 May 2020 – 5 May 2020
Language:
, Romanian (simultaneous interpretation)
Event number:
320DT129

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Objective

This first seminar in a series of five co-funded by the European Commission on enhancing cross-border mutual legal assistance and recognition of decisions within the context of detention will focus on alternatives to detention, also within the context of the European Arrest Warrant, as well as issues surrounding the proper use of Framework Decision 2008/947/JHA on probation and alternative sanctions and Framework Decision 2009/829/JHA on supervision measures as an alternative to provisional detention.

Key topics

  • Best practice in relation to alternatives to detention
  • Viable alternatives, including probationary measures, electronic monitoring and restorative justice
  • The application and correct use of Framework Decisions 2008/947/JHA on probation and alternative sanctions and Framework Decision 2009/829/JHA on supervision measures as an alternative to provisional detention, also as an alternative to the European Arrest Warrant
This seminar will include a prison visit.

Participation conditions

  • No registration fee for judges, prosecutors and probation officers. Documentation, lunches and a joint dinner provided for.
  • Registration fee for lawyers: €200 including documentation, lunches and joint dinner.
  • Travel costs up to €300 will be reimbursed for judges, prosecutors and probation officers only upon receipt of the original receipts, tickets, boarding passes and invoices after the seminar. €150 will be reimbursed for Romanian judges, prosecutors and probation officers.
  • Two nights' hotel accommodation up to €120 per night will be reimbursed for judges, prosecutors, probation officers and lawyers in private practice by ERA upon receipt of the original receipts and invoices after the seminar if they have to travel more than 100km to Bucharest.
  • The number of places available is limited (50 places). Target group: judges, prosecutors, probation officers and lawyers in private practice. Participation will be subject to a selection procedure.
  • A response will be sent to every applicant after the deadline. We advise you not to book any travel or hotel before you receive our confirmation.
  • Participants are asked to book their own travel and accommodation. Romanian applicants who work for the judicial and prosecution services must apply for this event through NIM.
  • Participants should come from eligible EU Member States (UK and Denmark do not participate in the Justice Programme 2014-2020) and eligible Candidate Countries (Albania and Montenegro).

Who should attend?

Judges, prosecutors, probation officers and lawyers in private practice from eligible EU Member States (UK and Denmark do not participate in the Justice Programme 2014-2020) and eligible Candidate Countries (Albania and Montenegro).





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ERA in cooperation with the National Institute of Magistracy (NIM), the Council of Europe, the Confederation of European Probation (CEPS) and the European Forum for Restorative Justice (EFRJ).

   

   


Ramin Farinpour

Assistant:
Julia Reitz

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