We organised the webinar on counteracting radicalisation and data protection policies under the European R4JUST project on 28-29 June, 2021. In total, the event was attended by 341 specialists, such as prison staff, probation officers, prosecutors, judges and lawyers.
ABW’s TP CoE exercises on the using of improvised explosives and CBRN substances by terrorist groups
We would like to inform you that the very interesting exercises presenting the risks associated with the use of improvised explosives (IED) and chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear substances (CBRN) by terrorist groups took place.
We are very pleased to inform you that the Polish Platform for Homeland Security has signed the Institutional Partnership Agreement with the Polish Cybersecurity Cluster #CyberMadeInPoland.
The second edition of the webinar on cryptocurrencies for the Polish Police organised as a part of the European LION DC project was held on 26-27 May 2021. The event was conducted by the Polish Platform for Homeland Security in cooperation with the Criminal Bureau of the Polish National Police and the Provincial Police Headquarters in Gdansk.
The Polish Platform for Homeland Security is hosting a free, two-day webinar on counteracting radicalisation and data protection on June 28-29, 2021.
The Polish Platform for Homeland Security, in cooperation with the Cybercrime Bureau of the Polish National Police Headquarters and the Provincial Police Headquarters in Gdańsk, organised a webinar for the Polish Police officers on cryptocurrencies. The event took place on 27-28 April 2021 as part of the European LION DC project, of which the PPHS is one of the partners.
The i-LEAD project team recently organised the Research Day 2021, which ran online on 25th March 2021. The event was organised in association with the Europol Innovation Lab – PPHS was the host of the meeting; responsible for both technical and organisational matters.
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