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Conference at the Supreme Court entitled “Modern technologies in the criminal process and detection activities vs. citizens’ rights and freedoms”

On 20 September 2012 in the building of the Supreme Court conference entitled “Modern technologies in the criminal process and detection activities vs. citizens’ rights and freedoms” was organized by the Supreme Court, the Polish Platform for Homeland Security, and – for the first time this year – the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights. The

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Opening of the Spatial Orientation Park in Owinska

The facility, first in Poland and most likely the only one in Europe, created with the involvement of the Polish Platform for Homeland Security, will benefit blind and visually impaired persons in their learning of spatial orientation and participation in traffic, to include in urban areas. The Park is equipped with facilities that imitate real

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Report from the meeting organized to inaugurate the development project on the safety of blind and visually impaired person in road traffic

The project, performed in the framework of the Polish Platform for Homeland Security and led by Professor Ewa Guzik-Makaruk from the University of Bialystok, comprises two parts: a legal one and a technological one. The legal part, consisting of a criminal-law, criminological, and victimological area, is to be performed by the Law Faculty of the

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The 5th International Police Conference

The following representatives of the PPHS had their stands at the Fair: The team of Professor Andrzej Dziech of the AGH University of Science and Technology presented the results of the INDECT project (“Intelligent information system supporting observation, searching and detection for security of citizens in urban environment”); The team of Professor Edward Nawarecki and

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POLISH PLATFORM FOR HOMELAND SECURITY