- Headquarters of Eurojust in La Haye (Photo: European Commission)
The European Judicial Co-operation Unit.
A body of national prosecutors, magistrates or police officers from the Member States. Established in 2002 under the Treaty of Nice to co-ordinate the fight against crime.
The Lisbon Treaty strengthens the cooperation for Home and Justice affairs also by initiating a common prosecutor.
See also Justice and Home affairs.