On 12 and 13 October 2020, the first table top exercise for police operational centers from several countries of the European Union were conducted to improve the skills and procedures for rapid response to crimes and secure cross-border data exchange.
One of the main objectives of the FORMOBILE project is to develop an innovative training program in response to the needs of European law enforcement agencies. The training is intended for practitioners of mobile forensics.
Works have been completed on the second stage of the project SNAPPY “Database of Standardized Prevention Programs” whose Administrator is the Prevention Bureau of the National Police Headquarters. The Polish Platform for Homeland Security, the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, and SNP Poland sp. z o.o. were the participants of the second stage.
The Final Conference of the H2020 MINDb4ACT project will take place online on September 30th, 2020. Two key publications will be presented and published the day of this final event. The two documents analyse issues that came up during the 3-year research activity and recommend solutions for future practices in the field.
Many experts in the area of digital forensics from all around the world work to improve the level of public security. Thanks to their work, significant amounts of evidence used during trials is gathered. Thus, why is the occupation often underestimated, and what are the consequences of the lack of appreciation? The answers can be found in the article published by Stephen Fisher Davies.
We are proud to announce that Ms. Marzena Kordaczuk-Wąs PhD, who is the expert of PPHS on radicalisation prevention, has been chosen as a leader of the RAN POL Working Group (RAN Police) by the European Commission and accepted to the RAN Expert Pool.
POLISH PLATFORM FOR HOMELAND SECURITY