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.

PREVENT PCP focuses on augmenting the security in public transport and public areas in the vicinity through procurement of technology.

Coordinator: CS GROUP-France (CS) – France. Partners: Engineering – Ingegneria Informatica S.p.A. (ENG) – Italy, Satways Ltd. (STWS) – Greece, ITTI Sp. z o.o. (ITTI) – Poland, Alchera Data Technologies LTD (ALCHERA) – UK, HOLO-Industrie 4.0 Software GmbH (HOLO) – Germany, Aitek S.p.A. (ATK) – Italy, Ethical & Legal Plus, S.L (PLUSETH) – Spain, Centre … Read more

Coordinator: Polish Platform for Homeland Security – Poland. Partners: VUB Institute for European Studies (VUB) – Belgium; Sheffield Hallam University (CENTRIC) – United Kingdom; University of Helsinki (UoH) – Finland; European Forum for Urban Security (EFUS) – France;  Peace Action, Training and Research Institute (PATRIR) – Romania;  Vienna Centre for Societal Security (VICESSE) – Austria;  … Read more

The CYCLOPES project is 5 years European network of practitioners fighting cybercrime. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Programme.

EU-HYBNET aims to develop a European network to detect, prepare for and counter hybrid threats. This project is funded by the European Commission.

Institutions performing the project: Polish Platform for Homeland Security (Coordinator), Business Knowledge Transfer Company of the Poznan University of Economics (Research Partner), Germaz Car House (Industry Partner). Goal of the project: The goal of the Praetorian project is to develop prototypes of specialised vehicles suited to the highest extent to the needs of the law … Read more

Polish Platform for Homeland Security has signed a cooperation agreement with the AGH University of Science and Technology, in the field of AGH Cyber Security Center. The aim of the AGH Cyber Security Center is to conduct scientific research and educational activities in the field of innovative techniques and tools in the area of cyber … Read more

The Observatory is an interdisciplinary body whose members are representatives of institutions from the Wielkopolska region that are involved in work with young people. The essential part of the project is conducting a broad diagnosis of threats and taking appropriate informative, training, and preventive actions. The website of the Observatory.