Eurojust is the EU judicial cooperation body that, through its unique expertise, supports, strengthens and improves the coordination of investigations and prosecutions among the competent judicial authorities of EU Member States in the fight against serious, cross-border crime. Eurojust consists of a College of 28 National Members, which is responsible for the organisation and operation of Eurojust. The College appoints the Administrative Director by a two-thirds majority. The College is supported by approximately 250 EU staff members led by the Administrative Director.
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