SNAPPY: The first stage of the project has been completed
The first stage of the “Database of Standardized Prevention Programs” project (SNAPPY), whose the gestor is the General Police Headquarters of Poland, was completed on 24th May 2020.
The first stage consisted of three tasks: diagnosis and analysis available database tools and identify the data sources; identification of needs and requirements regarding to the functionalities of the developed database both the potential end-users’ and the gestor as well as proposing use scenarios of the Database; legal and organisational analysis for future use of developed Database.
This phase of the SNAPPY lasted six months. The Polish Platform for Homeland Security and the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, carried out research which will be the basis for development of the SNAPPY Database. The research activity for knowing end-users needs and requirement took part in about 120 respondents. To deepen knowledge on results was conducted in-depth interviews with representatives of the Police, the State Fire Service, the Boarder Guard, City Guards on various level and representatives of the educational system. The project team has suggested recommended functionalities based on results of the questionnaires.
The “Database of Standardized Prevention Programs” project (SNAPPY) is implemented by the consortium composed of the Polish Platform for Homeland Security (Leader), the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan and the SNP Poland sp. z o.o. The project is financed by the National Center for Research and Development within a defense and security program (agreement number: DOB-BIO10/10/02/2019). Total cost of the project is PLN 1,095,418.00. More details: www.ppbw.pl/en/snappy-database-of-standardized-prevention-programs.