During a session "European barrier model Organised Property crime" in Brussels, eleven different member states worked on this European model.

In this session, the participants supplemented the already existing model with facilitators, signals, service providers, partners and barriers that, according to them, were still missing in the first version of the model. After the model was almost completed by the participants, they started prioritizing the steps in the model and choose on which steps they will work on together. In the first instance, they prioritized the process steps of the OPC barrier model. A distinction was made between international and national process steps. The participants decided to work on the international process steps that are selected in blue. Entry, Use of infrastructure Transport and trade and Use gainings. The international process steps were chosen, so that the participants in this session can work together at EU level with the issues surrounding Organised Property Crime. The national process steps can be taken at a national level.

The second priority after prioritizing the process steps, was the selection of one barrier of each process step. The members states selected the barriers that deserves the most attention from the participants. An exception is process step three (Use of infrastructure), two barriers have been selected from that step. The following barriers have been prioritized:
1. Entry > Targeting centre - Passenger lists
2. Use of infrastructure > ANPR
3. Use of infrastructure > Rental car companies
4. Transport and trade > Surveillance on second-hand websites
5. Use gainings > Deeper investigation of assets/gainings

The member states made these barriers concrete with an action plan. In addition, some of the barriers where completed with a timeline.

Entry Housing Use of infrastructure Use infrastructure (communication) Commit crime Storage Transport and trade Use gainings