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Report
ePOOLICE
eARLING PURSUIT AGAINST ORGANIZED CRIME USING
ENVIRONMENTAL SCANNING THE LAW AND INTELLIGENCE
SYSTEMS
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early Pursuit against Organized
crime using envirOnmental
scanning, the Law
and IntelligenCE systems
SECURITY RESEARCH CALL 5 (FP7-SEC-2012-1)
Activity: 10.6 Security and society
Area: 10.6.3 Foresight, scenarios and security as an evolving
concept
Topic SEC-2012.6.3-1 Developing an efficient and effective environmental
scanning system as part of the early warning system for the detection of
emerging organized crime threats (Capability Project)
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ePOOLICE Objectives
To conduct research into technologically, actor-driven systems and tools
which support environmental scanning to enable the rapid identification
and qualification of new Organized Crime threats.
To scan the environment to feed new and emerging threats into the
serious and organized crime threat assessment processes.
To identify a combination of technological resources and human actors
that serves to improve the process of detecting and selecting new OC
threats that warrant EU level analysis and EU-wide responses.
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Indicators
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Different types of Indicators significant
enough to detect cells that can end in
new Organized Crime threat.
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The focus is in the early warning.
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There should be a study about these
indicators and their prioritisation.
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Improving …
… the process of detecting and selecting new
Organized Crime threats at EU level,
… the effectiveness of the end-users (LEAs,
criminological institutes and private businesses),
… the strategic decision makers to counterbalance
detected upcoming threats before they materialize,
… the understanding of the technologies and trends,
leading to the strategic planning into security issues
of all stakeholders.
To warrant EU level analysis and EU-wide responses.
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Consortium
Coordinator
Scientific-technical Manager
More partners
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Work
Package
Structure
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Management Structure
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disclosed in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of the ePOOLICE project partners. © 2013 – All rights reserved.
This project has received funding from European Union Seventh Framework Programme FP7/2007 - 2013 under grant agreement nº FP7-SEC-2012-312651. No part of this website may be used, reproduced
and/or disclosed in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of the ePOOLICE project partners. © 2013 – All rights reserved.

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