After three years, the PARTICIPATION project came to an end. The final conference took place on November 9-10, 2023 in Rome, where all the partners met to sum up the results of the project.
In recent years, initiatives dedicated to preventing and countering radicalisation towards violent extremism as well as encouraging deradicalisation have been emerging more frequently. To facilitate their development and evidence-based evaluation planning, the INDEED project developed free handbooks available in 10 languages. They will be extremely useful for the evaluation of such initiatives.
The massive development of technology, which began at the end of the last century and continues to this day, has caused a huge change in methods of information gathering. This, in turn, created a need for new approaches to analysis and intelligence.
Cybercrime, in its various forms, represents an increasing threat to the EU, including online child sexual exploitation. Offenders continue showing high levels of adaptability to new technologies and societal developments, while constantly enhancing cooperation and specialisation.
The representation of the PPHS team came to Brussels for #SRE2023 – the Security Research Event which is an annual meeting where industry, policy makers and knowledge institutions meet to discuss current challenges for security research in Europe.
We are pleased to announce that we are beginning our future collaboration with the Polish Association for National Security (PTBN). We will cooperate on trainings, organisation of events and preparation of grant applications in the field of critical infrastructure and the fight against terrorism.
The second edition of the international analytical conference “Criminal Intelligence – New Trends in Analysis Conference 2023” (CINTiA 2023) will be held on September 19-21, 2023 in Krakow, Poland.
We know very well how important the participation of frontline practitioners in research and development initiatives is. That is why, as part of the IN2PREV project, we invited specialists working with refugees and asylum seekers on a daily basis.
Corruption is a serious problem that slows down the healthy development of countries. It harms the state, the entire economy and even individual citizens. Ukraine, which as other countries has been fighting corruption and its effects for years, is also affected by this phenomenon.
Weapons, drones, specialized clothing or telescopes – these are just some of the tools needed by public services every day. This type of equipment is not readily available to everyone. So how do public institutions provide their officers with the necessary equipment?