With the aid of Eurojust, terrorists are captured, human traffickers are arrested and cybercrime is limited. These are just a few of the successes of the organisation that seeks to bring criminals to justice faster and more efficiently.

Eurojust was established in 2002 with the goal of promoting the efficiency of the national investigating authorities and prosecution services in matters involving serious cross-border organised crime within the European Union.

By supporting and strengthening coordination and cooperation between national authorities, Eurojust ensures that criminals are brought to justice faster and more efficiently.

Thanks to Eurojust, the national authorities can exchange information more easily, offer reciprocal legal assistance and extradite people for questioning.

Each Member State designates a national representative. These are experienced public prosecutors, judges or police officers, assisted by deputies, assistants and national experts – who in turn are supported by a staff of more than 250 employees. In 2017, Eurojust handled 2 550 cases of serious cross-border organised crime.


  • Opening times 11.00 – 17.00
  • Join a 30-minute tour to visit Eurojust’s operation centre
  • Learn how Eurojust fights terrorism, cybercrime and tax fraud
  • See how Eurojust coordination centres assist in Europe-wide operations to arrest criminals, seize their ill-gotten property and collect evidence for prosecutions
  • Share your thoughts on Justice – our younger visitors can do so in drawing
  • Drinks and snacks available for purchase.


Johan de Wittlaan 9
2517 JR The Hague


Most organisations have strict security. Because of this, we have added a list of the DO’s and DON’Ts for you. As a visitor, you’ll be required to follow these. You will receive your security passes a week beforehand via e-mail. We ask you to please bring it with you. The security of the organisations can ask you to show your passes. Although the chance is there that registration will be enough and you will not be asked to show your pass. At all times you are required to bring a legal personal ID, like a passport of a ID-Card. Bus-, library, etc. cards are not valid identification. Security checks take time, so please keep this in mind when visiting. We ask for your patience for any eventual waiting times.


  • Bring a valid ID like a passport or ID card
  • Bring a your admission ticket (print or online version)
  • Keep in mind that security checks can take some time.
  • Listen and comply with security.


  • Do not bring large bags.
  • Do not bring prams unless absolutely necessary.
  • Do not bring electronic devices.
  • Photos and video recordings aren’t always permitted.