Useful tools and information for the practical application of the European Investigation Order (EIO) Directive
This area on the EJN website has been created as a quick access point to the most relevant information and tools for the practical application of the EIO Directive. We took into account the suggestions of the Contact Points during the 48th plenary meeting of the EJN, as well as other practical needs. It will be regularly updated and enriched.
» Status of transposition of the EIO Directive
Access the status of implementation section from the EJN Judicial Library to find which Member State has transposed this directive
» Competent authorities and languages accepted
Document prepared by the EJN Secretariat on the basis of the notifications submitted to the European Commission by the Member States which have transposed the EIO Directive or on the grounds of the information provided by the EJN Tool Correspondents or National Correspondents. This document contains the information available at the date of its issuing and it will be updated on regular basis
» EIO Conclusions - 48th and 49th EJN Plenary meetings 2017 in Malta and Tallinn
Practical application of the Directive 2014/41/EU regarding the European Investigation Order in criminal matters
Draft a European Investigation Order
» Direct access to CompendiumUse the Compendium to draft an EIO. Switch easily between all EU languages – which can also be used by a translator.
» Access to the EIO forms in word versions:The forms provided for in Annexes A, B and C of the EIO Directive are available in word format in the EJN Judicial Library in all EU official languages
» Judicial Atlas
Access the Atlas to find the contact details competent receiving and executing authorities in the Member States which have transposed the EIO Directive
» Fiches belges
Check the Fiches belges for specific information on the national requirements regarding the practical application of the EIO Directive
» Judicial Library
Consult the full EIO Section in the Library for comprehensive information about this directive
» Contact Points
Find a contact point when you need more specific information which cannot be found in the EJN tools
Other useful documents which are not meant to be shared with a wider public regarding the EIO Directive can still be found in the EJN restricted access area.