The VR4React project aims to target reactive aggression within inmates through direct action next to the incarcerated population and staff training. The initiative will support inmates to avoid reactive aggressive conduct, replacing it with pro-social and adaptive behaviours.
Coordinator: Deep Blue SRL – Italy Partners: Cefriel Limited Liability Consortium Company – Italy Foundation Free University Amsterdam (Stichting VU) –Netherlands G&N Silensec LTD – Cyprus Polish Platform for Homeland Security – Poland EIT Manufacturing Central GGMBH – Germany Italian Chamber of Commerce for Germany (ITKAM) – Germany International Union of Railways – France European … Read more
Coordinator: Police University College of Finland (POLAMK) – Finland. Partners: European Research Services (ERS) – Germany, Johannes-Gutenberg-University Mainz (JGU) – Germany, Medical School Berlin (MSB) – Germany, Ministere de l’Interieur (PP) – France, Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR) – The Netherlands, Finnish Ministry of the Interior (INTERMIN) – Finland, … Read more
The SAFE-CITIES project aims to help protect public spaces by providing a security and vulnerability assessment framework supported by an interactive platform.
The initiative aims to prevent radicalization by ensuring successive integration.The project will direct efforts towards the implementation of reliable training programmes, therefore meeting the priority of “improving the availability of high-quality learning opportunities for adults”. The process aims to enhance professionals’ crucial involvement in this field.
The consortium of 2PS will work on a variety of pressing topics and actions to help address the issues of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation
The program is being carried out by: Polish Platform for Homeland Security; Regional Police Headquarters in Poznan – Poland. Program Duration: 01.04.2022-30.09.2022 Program Description: The program “Seniors, Be Safe!” is aimed at seniors in the Wielkopolska region. It aims to create an effective defence against financial fraud through manipulations and to leverage skills in secure … Read more
Coordinator: Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM) – France. Partners: IPS_Innovative Prison Systems (IPS) – Portugal; Polish Platform for Homeland Security – Poland; Euro-Arab Foundation for Higher Studies (FUNDEA) – Spain; Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD) – Bulgaria; Social Action and Innovation Centre (KMOP) – Greece; Les Militants des Savoir – France; … Read more
ENLETS brings together representatives from 29 European Union member states. The main task of the Network is to monitor security technologies, disseminate best practices among European law enforcement agencies, engage in the process of co-development of modern tools for fighting crime and initiate R&D projects.
The project entitled “Synergy in operations of agencies as a key to a secure tomorrow” aims to improve the efficiency of operations and cooperation of law enforcement agencies in combating human trafficking and gender-based violence at the national and international levels.