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The CARA will manage a unique register that will contain generalized information of seized criminal assets per country21.01.2021 1032 Views
The prosecutors, bailiffs, the State Fiscal Service and the courts will transmit the information about the seized, frozen and recovered criminal assets to the Criminal Assets Recovery Agency within the National Anticorruption Center. The information will be introduced in the Unique Register of Seized Criminal Assets that has recently been notified to the Personal Data Protection Center (CPDCP) and has been approved for implementation.
In fact, the Seized Criminal Assets Register represents a set of resources and information technologies, technical means of programs and methodologies, interconnected and aimed at keeping records and processing information on seized criminal assets. The usage of this database will improve the level of information security, data integrity and will provide the history of changes regarding the sequestration application and withdrawal. As well, it will enhance the activity efficiency of the NAC employees within the processes of criminal assets recovery.
The implementation of this database is aimed at establishing strict norms of evidence for recording the seized criminal assets, as well as integration with the Automated Information System ”Criminal Investigation: E-File” of the General Prosecutor’s Office, for the efficient collaboration with the General Prosecutor’s Office regarding the seizing and recovery of criminal assets. Therefore, the CARA, prosecutors, bailiffs, the State Fiscal Service and the courts will be the main data providers, constantly updating the information.
It should be noted, that the technical concept, approved by the Government Decision no. 34/2020, as well as the database were elaborated and implemented with the support of the joint project of the European Union and the Council of Europe “Controlling Corruption Through Law Enforcement and Prevention” (CLEP). Previously, the records of the seized criminal assets of the Agency was ensured through electronic documents.