LEA Pilots

Special Operations (SO15) Counter-Terrorist Command

The pilot will use the RED-Alert software will be used in accordance with RIPA on real social intelligence but during the trials, we will not be targeting known subjects of interest. This is in order to test the software in a safe (yet live) environment so we do not conflict with any ongoing investigations. A team of up to 9 analysts will have access to the Red Alert system software. The analysts under the guidance of the research & development manager will set the software with specific keywords and languages that will assist in identifying key individuals and associate networks in real time.

Serviciul de Protecție și Pază (SPP)

The pilot will deploy the solution in the main SPP facility. In order to test the full capacity, the efficiency, usability and accuracy of the RED-Alert tool, SPP intelligence analysts will test it in parallel with existing tools. SPP will nominate a dedicated team to operate RED-Alert platform continuously.

Ministry of Public Security Israel National Police (MOPS INP)

The pilot will deploy the solution in the main INP intelligence gathering facility. One of the workstations will handle existing classified intelligence system and the other one will process the RED-Alert information, so the solution does not jeopardize the INP classified network. The outputs from one system will be used as inputs for the other system. The RED-Alert pilot will start gradually to process the information stored in INP existing databases, related to terrorist activities, groups or persons.

Guardia Civil (GUCI)

The pilot will deploy the solution in the Intelligence Service of the Guardia Civil Headquarters. GUCI has a lot of experience in testing tools in real situations related with Guardia Civil main tasks, so we will also keep the implementation of this tool under review. GUCI will be able to apply RED-Alert pilot for the analysis of the propaganda, funding and recruitment impact of terrorist elements. The pilot will encompass several teams from different GUCI units, whose analysts will have access to the RED-Alert system software in order to improve our fight against crime and terrorism. The pilot will seek to use the RED-Alert software to improve our investigations in real time.

Serviciul de Protectie si Paza de Stat (SPPS)

The pilot will deploy the solution in the main SPPS facility. After the implementation, the solution will be tested in real environment in SPPS daily missions. One of the workstations will handle existing classified intelligence system and the other one will process the RED-Alert information, so the solution does not jeopardize the SPPS classified network. A team of up to 4 intelligence analysts will have access to the Red-Alert system software.