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Article 37 of the European Directive 2014/41 of the European Investigation Order (EIO) in the criminal field:

"Within five years from 21 May 2014, the Commission shall present a report to the European Parliament and the Council on the application of this Directive, on the basis of both qualitative and quantitative data, including, in particular, the assessment of its impact on cooperation in this field of criminal law and on the protection of individuals, as well as the implementation of the provisions concerning the interception of telecommunications in the light of technical developments. This report shall be accompanied, if necessary, by proposals for amendments to this Directive ".

The SAT LAW project aims to contribute to the report on the application of Directive 2014/41 on the basis of both qualitative and quantitative information to be presented to the Parliament and the European Council. The initiative aims to carry out interviews with relevant stakeholders, subsequently involving them in 10 Judicial Living Labs.

There will be a mapping of the Directive in the various States identifying what impact or obstacles are found in its application.


Answering the questionnaire will take between 10-15 minutes.

The outcome data will be only used within the goal of the project SAT-LAW and with the research aims as statistical data.

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The questionnaire has different itineraries depending on the answers. The itineraries are: as issuing authorities/executing authority (Judges and public prosecutors); as lawyers; and as LEAs/Prison Police and prison staff.

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