Europol Platform for Experts - CARIN
All CARIN contact points have access to this restricted part of the Europol Platform for Experts. The CARIN contact list is available as are very useful documents and guidance for members. If you do not have a username or password, contact the Secretariat.
Interpol - International asset recovery
Membership of the Global Focal Point Network is open to all INTERPOL member countries. Applicants should be from law enforcement, judiciary or an administrative authority with a focus on asset recovery or corruption in general. Applicants must be: Nominated and authenticated by the Head of the national agency in which they are working; Authorized by the Head of the INTERPOL National Central Bureau in their country. For further information, please contact INTERPOL’s Anti-Corruption unit.
At the request of a Member State, Eurojust may assist investigations and prosecutions concerning that particular Member State and a non-Member State if a cooperation agreement has been concluded or if an essential interest in providing such assistance is demonstrated.
Asset Recovery Interagency Network - Asia Pacific
ARIN-AP is to exchange information on individuals, companies, and assets at the international level with the intention of facilitating the pursuit and recovery of proceeds of unlawful activities.
Red de Recuperación de Activos del GAFILAT (RRAG)
Red de Recuperación de Activos de GAFILAT, or RRAG, is a virtual platform for exchange of information between contact points, initiated by the United Nations, Organization of American States (OAS), INTERPOL and GAFISUD for South American countries. It aims to facilitate the identification and location of assets, products or instruments derived from illegal activities. It was established in 2009.
Asset Recovery Inter-agency Network Western Africa
ARINWA is an informal network for information exchange on asset recovery, confiscation and money laundering in West Africa. Each member state is represented by three focal points or national contact points from the administrations in charge of Justice, Security and Finance.
ARINWA, in an inter-ministerial approach, aims to enhance the effectiveness of its members in their efforts to deprive criminals of their illicit profits.
Asset Recovery Inter-agency Network Eastern Africa
ARIN-EA is an informal network which aims at informal exchange of information on individuals, assets and companies, at the regional and international level so as to facilitate the effective tracing and recovery of proceeds of crime and deprive criminals of their illicit gains. ARIN-EA recognizes the need to promote cooperation at the regional level as well as in international to effectively track/race and recover stolen assets within and beyond the territorial boundaries of Eastern Africa, in collaboration with relevant partners.
Stolen Asset Recovery
The Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative is a partnership between the World Bank Group and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) that supports international efforts to end safe havens for corrupt funds. StAR works with developing countries and financial centers to prevent the laundering of the proceeds of corruption and to facilitate more systematic and timely return of stolen assets
Asset Recovery Network for the Caribbean
The Asset Recovery Inter-Agency Network for the Caribbean (ARIN-CARIB) is a network of law enforcement and judicial practitioners in the field of asset tracing, freezing, seizure and confiscation. Each member state is represented by a law enforcement officer and a judicial expert (prosecutor, investigating judge, etc. depending on the legal system).
Asset Recovery Network for Western Central Asia
ARIN-WCA was launched on the 22 & 23 November 2018, at a meeting in Astana (Kazakhstan), hosted by the General Prosecutor's Office and Ministry of Interior under the framework of the Regional Programme of UNODC for Afghanistan and Neighbouring Countries.