About the CINTiA 2021 Conference
The first edition of the international analytical conference “Criminal Intelligence – New Trends in Analysis Conference 2021″ (CINTiA 2021) will be held in early 2021. The event will be organized by the Polish Platform for Homeland Security and the Stanisław Staszic AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Due to the dynamic situation related to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the timing of the CINTiA 2021 conference may change.
CINTiA 2021 will consist of two panels: practical and scientific. During the first panels, suppliers of modern technologies in the field of criminal analysis will present their latest solutions. The scientific panel will focus on presentation of the results of research, including indication of trends and directions of development of the area which is the subject of the conference.
The aim of the conference is to enable knowledge transfer between representatives of agencies, providers of tools for conducting criminal analysis, and representatives of the world of science. By participating in the presentations of new technologies and becoming familiar with the results of research, representatives of law enforcement agencies will gain knowledge that will allow them to improve their criminal analysis process. This will enhance the overall level of public safety. On the other hand, feedback from officers on the presented solutions will allow companies to better adapt their offer to the expectations of end users in the future.
The addressees of the conference are both representatives of the services responsible for security and scientists who deal with criminal analysis in their daily work. For these two groups, participation in CINTiA 2021 is free of charge. Due to the international nature of the event, the organizers provide simultaneous interpretation from English into Polish.
The program of the conference, the list of speakers and invited companies, as well as the details related to registration for the conference will be published at a later date.
Registration for the conference “Criminal Intelligence – New Trends in Analysis Conference 2021” (CINTiA 2021) will start soon.
The agenda of the CINTiA 2021 conference will be published soon.
The Polish Platform for Homeland Security brings together representatives of services responsible for public order who, together with security and science practitioners, develop modern technologies and support legal solutions aimed at enhancing the level of security. The basis for cooperation is joint performance of national and European R&D projects. The PPHS supports the exchange of knowledge between uniformed services and the world of science at the Polish and European level. Since 2005, the Polish Platform for Homeland Security has organized and co-organized over 40 national and international conferences. The PPHS also offers security training and audits (more than 7,500 people were trained in 2018 and 2019).
The AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow is a modern state university which develops collaboration with colleges and universities in Poland, Europe, and all over the world. The university’s priority is the accomplishment of tasks and projects that are part of the knowledge triangle: education – scientific research – innovations. The AGH University of Science and Technology is a technical university where exact sciences are strongly represented, and where they constitute basis for the development of a wide spectrum of applied sciences at a gradually increasing role of social sciences and humanities. In line with global trends, the AGH creates new branches of study, but at the same time the university keeps the conventional ones, which are indispensable for a proper development of science, technology, and the economy.
An EU funded project running under the H2020 initiative. i-LEAD brings together Law Enforcement Agencies from across Europe, working together to unravel many of the complex issues faced across numerous crime topics. As well as the lasting network, the project outputs include recommendations on the EU level; connected to technology, standards and procurement opportunities that can boost the uptake of innovations and the interoperability between LEAs. Thus, enhancing the success of law enforcement investigations – especially in cross border crimes. Many of the challenges and issues faced by LEAs are uncovered in i-LEAD through a series of yearly workshops covering 5 thematic areas managed by 5 practitioner groups (PG), located across Europe.