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CONNEXIONs aims to develop and demonstrate next-generation detection, prediction, prevention, and investigation services. These services will be based on multidimensional integration and correlation of heterogeneous multimodal data, and delivery of pertinent information to various stakeholders in an interactive manner tailored to their needs, through augmented and virtual reality environments.
The CONNEXIONs solution encompasses the entire lifecycle of law enforcement operations and will meaningfully enhance operational and (near) real-time situational awareness.

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Remotely Operated CBRNe Scene Assessment & Forensic Examination.

The overall goal of ‌‌ROCSAFE is to fundamentally change how CBRNe events are assessed, in order to and ensure the safety of crime scene investigators by reducing the need for them to enter high-risk scenes when they have to determine the nature of threats and gather forensics.‌

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PROTON is an innovative approach for a better understanding of the recruitment mechanisms in criminal and terrorist organisations. By combining social analyses with technological and computational sciences, the project aims at improving current prevention policies, as well as providing guidelines for policy makers and disparate end-users on a local, national and international scale.

In particular, PROTON will introduce the so-called agent-based-modelling simulations in the field of counter organised crime, terrorism and cybercrime and promote a close collaboration between policy makers and scientists, hence leading to the expansion of our current technological level, knowledge and security. The ultimate goal is to tackle organised crime, terrorism and cybercrime through a reduction of their growth opportunities.

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ASGARD aims to contribute to LEA Technological Autonomy, by building a sustainable, long-lasting community for law enforcement agencies (LEAs) and the R&D industry. This community will develop, maintain and evolve a best-of-class tool set for the extraction, fusion, exchange and analysis of Big Data, including cyber-offense data for forensic investigation. ASGARD will help LEAs to significantly increase their analytical capabilities. Forensics being a focus of ASGARD, both intelligence and foresight dimensions are addressed by the project.

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PROPHETS is an EU -funded project and researches how individuals become radicalised, and what kind of technology and tools may help to reduce cybercrime activities. The main goal is to prevent serious crimes, by building resilience in people and society.

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TRIVALENT is an EU funded project which aims to a better understanding of root causes of the phenomenon of violent radicalisation in Europe in order to develop appropriate countermeasures, ranging from early detection methodologies to techniques of counter-narrative.

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The VICTORIA Project

The analysis of multimedia content collected by Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) has become a critical component in investigations related to major criminal acts and terrorist attacks. The amount of video data relevant for legal investigations is continuously increasing with the rapid development of video equipment.

In spite of this growth, the whole video investigation work is still mostly carried out manually by the LEA officers and need unreasonable time.

The VICTORIA Project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N°740754 is addressing this need. Its consortium of 14 partners including LEAs, research groups, academics and industrial companies, world-leaders in security markets have joined for a common aim: deliver an ethical and legally compliant video analysis platform to accelerate the video analysis tasks of LEAs.

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TAKEDOWN – Understand the Dimensions of Organised Crime and Terrorist Networks for Developing Effective and Efficient Security Solutions for First-line-practitioners and Professionals

Organized Crime and Terrorist Networks (OC/TN) are a major challenge for the EU. Many different stakeholder groups are involved in creating awareness, preventing, identifying and intervene in case of risk or threat. But in order to develop better strategies and instruments, we still need a deeper understanding of these phenomena. The project will create new insights on OC and TN by using a multidimensional modelling approach including social, psychological, economic and cultural aspects as well as further dimensions, activities and response approaches.

Based on these insights, two digital platforms are designed:

With this multi-level approach, TAKEDOWN will not only enhance the knowledge an OC and TN, but it will also develop digital and non-digital toolkits or solutions for more efficient and effective prevention, intervention and response strategies.

(TAKEDOWN has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 700688)


PERICLES (Policy recommendation and improved communication tools for law enforcement and security agencies preventing violent radicalisation)

The overall aim of the project is to develop a comprehensive approach to prevent and counter violent radicalisation and extremism. The PERICLES project will deliver five tools tailored to the needs of law enforcement agencies (LEAs) and security agencies; but will also find use by prison officers, social workers, and professionals in the field of counter-radicalisation.

The PERICLES toolkit comprises of an enhanced platform of exchange among end-users, vulnerability assessment tool, care package for families vulnerable to radicalisation or affected thereby, an updated skills and competencies package for frontline staff, and a cyber-detection tool. The comprehensive PERICLES prevention strategy will consider violent left-wing and right-wing as well as religious ideologies. Moreover, a special focus will be set on the risks connected with digital violent propaganda.


RAMSES (website-similar projects and posts on social media channels)

The Internet has become a key piece of any business activity. Criminal activity is not an exception. Some crimes previous to the Internet, such as thefts and scams, have found in the Internet the perfect tool for developing their activities. The Internet allows criminals hiding their real identity and the possibility to purchase specific tools for stealing sensitive data with a very low investment.

For this reason, the overall objective of the EU-Project RAMSES is to design and develop a holistic, intelligent, scalable and modular platform for Law Enforcement Agencies to facilitate digital Forensic Investigations. The system will extract, analyse, link and interpret information extracted from the internet related with financially-motivated malware. Customers, developers and malware victims will be included in order to obtain a better understanding of how and where malware is spread and to get to the source of the threat. To achieve these ambitious objectives, this project will rely on disruptive Big Data technologies to firstly extract and storage, and secondly look for patterns of fraudulent behavior in enormous amounts of unstructured and structured data.