Summary: The priorities for Europol are determined, in addition to the input from the Member States, through the Organised Crime Threat Assessment (OCTA). The priority crime areas for Europol in the OCTA 2006 were based on the dominant trends in organised crime at the time of planning that fall within the framework of Europolu0092s mandate according to the Europol Convention. The specific priority crime areas for 2006: Organised crime groups Drugs trafficking Crimes against persons and facilitated illegal immigration Financial and property crime (focusing on money laundering) Counter-terrorism Euro counterfeiting. Author vide copyright]
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