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Core Group

ENLETS and its Core Group (CG) act as the hub at the EU level, and the NCPs sit on the spokes radiating out to the MS. If the Core Group is the hub of the wheel, the NCPs provide the spokes that radiate out. The NCPs help filter down the core themes of the networkIf the Core Group is the hub of the wheel, rk.

National Contact Points

If the Core Group is the hub of the wheel, the NCPs provide the spokes that radiate out. The NCPs help filter down the core themes of the network

Technology Interest Groups

Numerous thematic Technology Interests Groups (TIGs) connect associated LEA practitioners from all around Europe.

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Who

What

Where

29 Members contribute to ENLETS. The group frequently meets to discuss relevant topics related to technology and associated matters.

The group exchanges information and updates on the latest matters concerning the strategic points the network is focusing on at a given time.

ENLETS works by sharing best practices on a broad level, engaging on mutual priorities and stimulating future research. The environment promotes collaboration and fosters a supportive network working to help each other through current challenges.

At the TIG level, best practices sit at the centre and ideas and insights help foster progress across Europe. The groups share use cases, recent projects and challenges. A secure chat application is widely used between meetings to support the exchange of good practices and valuable materials that support the efforts of each group.

Due to limited travel caused by the COVID pandemic, ENLETS meetings take place in a virtual setting. Previously, most meetings occurred in person and less often than at present. As Europe transitions back to typical working patterns, ENLETS will adopt a hybrid model – combining virtual events to support mass meetings and physical sessions for small, more focused topics.

Timeline

ENLETS was founded in 2008 during the French Presidency following council conclusions. ENLETS is a sub-group of the Law Enforcement Working Party reporting to the Standing Committee of Operational Coordination and Internal Security (Cosi). The ambition was to establish a stronger connection between law enforcement agencies (LEAs) and innovative technologies.

ENLETS was founded in 2008 during the French Presidency and is a subgroup of the Law Enforcement Working Party (LEWP) reporting to the Standing Committee of Operational Coordination and Internal Security (COSI). The ambition was to establish a stronger connection between law enforcement agencies (LEAs) and innovative technologies.

ENLETS’s main goal is to operationally strengthen Law Enforcement (Police) with the use of modern technology and development by exchanging information, experience and knowledge on a practical communication level.

In 2012 new vigour was brought into the group by establishing a Core Group (CG) and CG leader to steer the network daily and by refreshing the vision and mission of ENLETS.

Since 2014 ENLETS has received direct grants from the European Commission’s DG Home. The first of these was in 2014 as the ‘ENLETS Disseminates Best Practices’.

The next grant was given in 2016 for a two-year project ‘ENLETS Security, Technology and Procurement’.

ENLETS started its third effort following a new grant. This time DG Home provided funding for the three years. The ENLETS Technology Programme (ETP) started.

The ETP continues, but the COVID pandemic makes activities challenging as the model for meetings was most often physical sessions.

The Polish Platform for Homeland Security is appointed as the designated Secretariat. The increased capacity and experience of PPHS allows ENLETS to trigger an online model for regular meetings and renewed energy to counter the loss of momentum caused by the pandemic.

ENLETS Community

Poland

Address

Polish Platform for Homeland Security (PPHS)

Slowackiego 17/11 Street
60-822 Poznań | Poland

Website

www.ppbw.pl/en

Norway

Germany

Austria

Portugal

Spain

Address

Ministry of Interior

Amador de los Rios Street, 7, 28010, Madrid, Spain

Website

www.interior.gob.es

Italy

Greece

Cyprus

France

Switzerland

Address

Federal Office of Police

Bundesamt für Polizei Guisanplatz 1A CH-3003 Bern, Switzerland

Website

www.fedpol.admin.ch

Slovenia

Address

Ministry of the Interior

Štefanova 2, 1501 Ljubljana, Slovenia

Website

www.policija.si

Croatia

Address

Ministry of Interior (MOI)

Ulica grada Vukovara 33, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia

Website

www.mup.gov.hr

Slovakia

Czech Republic

Address

Police Presidium of the Czech Republic

Strojnicka 27, 170 89 Prague 7, Czech Republic

Website

www.policie.cz

Luxembourg

Belgium

Address

Belgian Federal Police  – Direction of the Special Units

2, Avenue de la cavalerie – B-1040   BRUXELLES

Website

www.police.be

Netherlands

United Kingdom

Address

Home Office

2 Marsham Street, London, SW1P 4DF

Website

www.gov.uk/home-office

Ireland

Denmark

Sweden

Finland

Address

Ministry of the Interior Finland

Kirkkokatu 12, Helsinki

Website

www.intermin.fi/en

Estonia

Latvia

Address

State Police of Latvia

Čiekurkalna 1.līnija 1, K-4, Riga, Latvia, LV 1026

Website

www.vp.gov.lv

Romania

Bulgaria

Address

Ministry of Interior

29, 6-th September str., Sofia 1000, Bulgaria

Website

www.mvr.bg/en

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