The main project goal is to strengthen conditions for efficient and effective response to serious organized crime on the part of the legal system. It will be implemented in three stages:
- Collecting data base – collecting and making public detailed information on organized crime cases. The intention is to cover some 100 cases typical for organized crimes in the country: drug smuggling, human trafficking, murder, money laundering, etc. The aim will be to find out about procedural, professional or institutional approaches resulting in effectiveness or ineffectiveness through pre- and trial stages.
- Policy work – this stage consist of elaborating policy document based on analysis of the data collected and interviews conducted with representatives of the judiciary (investigators, prosecutors, judges, and lawyers) as well as independent experts. The paper will focus on establishing a model of more efficient approach in the fight against organized crime.
- Public discussion – the last stage of the project implementation will be focused on establishing a policy community capable of initiating new policies against organized crime.