On September 20-21, the first edition of the analytical conference “Criminal Intelligence – New Trends in Analysis Conference 2022” was held in Krakow, Poland.
The i-LEAD Industry & Research Days were held in The Hague, Netherlands, from September 6th to 8th, 2022, with the Central Unit of the National Police of the Netherlands (NPN) as coordinator and the Polish Platform for Homeland Security leading organisational matters.
We are pleased to announce that the MIRAD Mid-term Stakeholder Symposium will be held in September in Poznan (Poland) on September 28, 2022. We will be talking on the topic: Working towards more efficient rehabilitation and reintegration of VETOs: The key role of risk assessment and multi-stakeholder cooperation.
The workshop “Countering Disinformation – Resilient Civilians” was held on the 8th of April 2022 in Wrocław, Poland.
We are delighted to announce that the Polish Platform for Homeland Security has become an Institutional Partner of the CYBERSEC FORUM/EXPO 2022, which will be held on 17-18th May, 2022. As PPHS, we are UNITED IN CYBERPOWER to underline that our potential and strength in cyberspace depend on mutual support.
The Polish Platform for Homeland Security co-organises the second edition of the “Cybercrime.2 – Technologies” conference which will be held from the 22nd – 23rd March, 2022, in Warsaw. The focus of the event will be on Mobile Forensics.
An online meeting entitled “Hybrid threats – countermeasure instruments, initiatives, recommendations” was held on 8 December. The meeting, organized by PPHS, brought together more than 70 people interested in this topic.
The Polish Platform for Homeland Security organises an online meeting, under the EU-HYBNET project, entitled “Countering hybrid threats –instruments, initiatives and recommendations.” The event will be held in Polish on 8th of December 2021.
PPHS together with the National Research Institute (NASK) organises a panel on cybersecurity in higher education within the SECURE 2021 conference. The meeting will be held online on 20th October 2021.
On 7-8 September, PPHS and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine jointly organized a webinar entitled “Polish-Ukrainian webinar on security, hybrid threats, and human rights.” The event was organized on the basis of the Cooperation Agreement concluded between PPHS and the Ukrainian Ministry of Interior.
The i-LEAD project team recently organised the Research Day 2021, which ran online on 25th March 2021. The event was organised in association with the Europol Innovation Lab – PPHS was the host of the meeting; responsible for both technical and organisational matters.
The conference “Radicalisation in Central and Eastern Europe – trends, challenges and opportunities to counteract” (RADPol2020) was held in the online formula on three Thursdays – 18th June 2020; 25th June 2020 and 2nd July 2020. The event was a joint initiative of three European projects: MINDb4ACT, CHAMPIONs and BRAVE.
On 27 February 2020 in Warsaw, the Polish Platform for Homeland Security (PPHS) organized another event for Law Enforcement Agencies, entitled “Secure mobile messenger”.
Summary of the conference “Effective prevention of corruption and other undesirable phenomena in public administration”
The second edition of the nationwide conference entitled “Effective prevention of corruption and other undesirable phenomena in public administration” took place on the occasion of the International Anti-Corruption Day, on 9 December 2019, at the headquarters of the Stefan Batory Foundation in Warsaw. The event was organized by the Polish Platform for Homeland Security and the Anti-Corruption Academy.
On 7-8 November 2019 in Warsaw, law enforcement agencies, employees of public institutions, as well as science and business representatives took part in the first edition of the “Cybercrime.1 – Technologies” (“CP.1-Technologies”) conference. The event was organized by the Naval Academy in Gdynia, Foundation for Cybercrime Prevention and Polish Platform for Homeland Security. Opening of
“The significance of peer mediation in the upbringing of children and youth – theoretical and practical aspects” conference summary
On the occasion of the International Mediation Day, on 17th October 2019 in the Primate’s Palace in Warsaw, PPHS organized a nationwide conference “The significance of peer mediation in the upbringing of children and youth – theoretical and practical aspects”. The event was organized in cooperation with a retired judge Anna Maria Wesołowska. The conference was held under the honorary patronage of the Polish Commisioner for Human Rights, habilitated doctor Adam Bodnar.
On 19-20 September 2019, the first edition of the conference entitled “Safe E-commerce Conference (SEC)” took place in Będlewo, in The Mathematical Research and Conference Center, which is a part of the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The event was organized by OLX Group and Polish Platform for Homeland Security and was held under the Honorary Patronage of the Regional Police Commander in Poznan.
Summary of the “Modern technologies and methods of criminal analysis used by Law Enforcement Agencies to combat crime” conference
“The future of modern technologies and methods of criminal analysis used by Law Enforcement Agencies to combat crime” conference took place on September 17-18, 2019 in Jurata. It was organized by the Regional Police Headquarters in Gdańsk and Polish Platform for Homeland Security.
On 9-10 May 2019, during the EUROPOLTECH 2019 fair held at the Warsaw EXPO Center, the Polish Platform for Homeland Security organized a demonstration of modern technologies for uniformed services. The event was a part of the European i-LEAD project. The objective of the event was to show the latest solutions in the area of
On 8-10 May 2019 the International Police and National Security Services Technology and Equipment Trade Fair EUROPOLTECH 2019 and the 9th International Police Conference will be held in the EXPO XXI Center in Warsaw. The Polish Platform for Homeland Security will co-organize both these events. The International Police and National Security Services Technology and Equipment
Summary of the conference: “Ethics and anti-corruption – challenges and recommendations for public administration”
On the occasion of the International Anti-Corruption Day, on December 10, 2018, a nationwide conference entitled: “Ethics and anti-corruption – challenges and recommendations for public administration” was held in the Primate’s Palace in Warsaw. The event was organized by the Polish Platform for Homeland Security (PPHS) and the Anti-corruption Academy. The main objective of the
On 23 April 2018, as a part of the SECUREX trade fair, the 3rd Local Communities Security Forum was held in Poznan. During this year’s Forum, a debate was held on “The role of uniformed police classes in the formation of civic attitudes of young persons in the area of security”. On behalf of the
Summary of the presentation of technologies intended for security agencies and forces held on 6 December 2017
Since 2005, the Polish Platform for Homeland Security has organized conferences during which representatives of various agencies, forces, and institutions responsible for security have the opportunity to become familiar with modern technologies developed especially for them. One such conference was organized on 6 December 2017 in Warsaw where such technologies were presented during the conference
On 6 December, the conference titled “The role of integrated prevention in ensuring the safety of children and young persons” was held in the Primate’s Palace in Warsaw. The Polish Platform for Homeland Security was the lead organizer of the event. The Honorary Patrons of the conference were: the Ombudsman for Children, the Commissioner for
Polish Cyber Security Forum CYBERSEC PL is an annual event organized by the Kosciuszko Institute, devoted to the strategic aspects of national cyber security. Conclusions in the post-conference document refer to four thematic pathways: State, Defense, Future and Business. This year’s edition was held on 6 April in Warsaw. CYBERSEC PL 2017 summary: download here.
On 26-28 April 2017, the 8th International Police Conference and the 6th International Police and Security Services Technology and Equipment Trade Fair EUROPOLTECH 2017. The Polish Platform for Homeland Security co-organized both these events. The main topic of the conference was “Logistics in public administration in the context of threats in the contemporary world –
On 10 April 2017, the 2nd Local Communities Security Forum will be held at the Poznan International Fair site. This year’s meetings will focus on advanced technological and organizational solutions intended for monitoring threats to security. The event will be organized by the Provincial Police Headquarters in Poznan, the Polish Platform for Homeland Security, and
The Faculty of Law, Poznan Branch, SWPS University, and the Polish Polygraph Experts Association are organizing a nation-wide scientific conference titled “Acquisition of information in the light of terrorist threats”. The conference will take place on 16-17 November 2016. Given the growing number and gravity of threats to security, acquisition of information by law enforcement
On 1-2 June 2016, in the Hague, a yearly international conference was held, focused on research in the area of security, which was attended by representatives of the PPHS. The conference was organized by the European Commission, the European Network of Law Enforcement Technology Services (ENLETS), and the Hague Security Delta (HSD). Below are the
“Research and innovations in the area of security – exchange of international experiences” – this was the title of the conference organized by the Polish Platform for Homeland Security and the Polish National Contact Point for Research Programmes of the European Union, held on 11-12 May 2016 at the Conference Center of the National Stadium
On 27 April 2016, during the Securex exhibition, the 1st Local Communities Security Forum was organized in Poznan. The conference was attended by representatives of the Police, science, state administration, the judiciary, various government agencies, and non-governmental organizations. The conference focused on terrorism and broadly defined security. The theme of the meeting was “Countering serious
On 17 June 2015, in the Primate’s Palace in Warsaw, the Polish Platform for Homeland organized a conference titled “Research and development projects in the area of internal security – new challenges, new prospects. Presentation of the PPHS’s strategy for the years 2015-2020”. The main objective of the Conference was to present the Strategy of
On 13 May 2015, the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Silesian University in Katowice held a scientific conference titled “Privatization of police tasks. Benefits and risks” which was organized in the framework of the project titled “New quality in education – internal security”. The honorary patrons of the conference were the Human Rights
During the 7th International Police Conference and Europoltech Trade Fair, the PPHS, together with the European Institute of Homeland Security, organized a seminar titled “Opportunities for use of unmanned platforms in law enforcement agencies”. During the seminar, the current technologies for use of unmanned platforms in land, water, and air environments, as well as further
On 15-17 April 2015, the International Police and Security Services Technology and Equipment Trade Fair Europoltech 2015 and the 7th International Police Conference titled “Protection of Financial Interests of the Republic of Poland and of the European Union” were held. The Polish Platform for Homeland Security co-organized both these events. The Trade Fair and the
On 10-12 December 2014, at the Center of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Będlewo near Poznan, a scientific conference titled “Research and development works in the area of internal security – the role of the Polish Platform for Homeland Security” was held. One of the main objectives of the Conference was to discuss the