The APPRAISE project, a pioneering initiative to improve the cooperation between public and private security operators, has recently concluded. Now is the opportune moment to reflect on the significant results of the initiative and PPHS’s contributions.
The third edition of the analytical conference CINTiA 2024 (“Criminal Intelligence – New Trends in Analysis Conference 2024”) will take place in Krakow, Poland on September 24-26.
The Whistleblowing Summit International will take place on March 5. The event is focused on the implementation and maintenance of a whistleblower system.
Reflecting back, 2023 was a busy period, with many actions spanning multiple crime domains. New projects, partnerships, trainings and meetings only give a flavour of what was completed. Let’s dive into a summary of the past year and selected events!
Preventing radicalisation has been a lively discussed topic in Poland for a long time, but the need to expand the knowledge and competencies of practitioners in this area is still significant. There is a demand for training and education about designing and evaluating preventive activities. Luckily, among other things, the results of proposed European projects come in handy. The recent meeting in Warsaw was devoted to this topic.
The foundation of Poland’s security lies in both our internal efforts to make our country more resilient to various threats and international cooperation in this area. Following this approach, we have started the implementation of SAFE project in collaboration with our German neighbours.
POLISH PLATFORM FOR HOMELAND SECURITY