The CEIFAC uses three approaches to gathering relevant data and extending and disseminating research in this area
- Five multilingual and multidisciplinary PhD studentships in law, the first to be concerned with financial investigations in the EU, their technical and legal aspects and the new problems they pose. Researchers and trainees have access to a reference library.
- The GRASCO journal, a scientific journal which explores cross-cutting themes on the prevention and punishment of organised and/or financial crime.
- The University Degree (DU) “Criminal financial investigations at European level”, awarded by Strasbourg University, which enables European practitioners working for the law-enforcement and judicial authorities of EU member states to contribute to the general body of knowledge of criminal law and criminal procedure by means of dissertations based directly on their recent professional experience. The CEIFAC draws on their findings and recommendations when making proposals