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The PRoTECT project aims to strengthen local authorities’ capabilities in Public Protection by implementing an overarching concept where tools, technology, training and field demonstrations will lead to situational awareness and advance direct responses to secure public places pre, during, and after a terrorist threat.
he Mobile Solutions TIG met for a presentation to review technology progress and communication solutions in Scotland and the UK.
The most recent Financial TIG was for the Digital Forensic subgroup, which took place on the 8th July 2021. The meeting was dedicated to the future activities of the group. Mr. Freek van der Ploeg (FIOD, the Netherlands) was chosen as the group leader.
he monthly C-UAS TIG meeting was held on the 15th of June. During the first part, Paul Hansen from the Joint Research Centre presented JRC’s activities in the counter-drone area. After that, the activities of subgroups were presented.
The latest Financial TIG meeting took place on 10th June covering the subject of Digital Forensics. The meeting was devoted to actual technologies and tools used by practitioners, as well as good practices from real-life investigations.
The Polish Platform for Homeland Security (PPHS) has been instated as the Secretariat of ENLETS in an effort to regain momentum and expand activities. Since the end of 2020, the team from PPHS has engaged with the Core Group (Link) of ENLETS to understand how the Polish team could assist the current structure of ENLETS […]
The objective of the Financial Investigation TIG is to identify the means and methods of money flows that are used for criminal activities and have disruptive effects on society. In recent months, there were 3 TIG online meetings organised: Suspicious Transactions (November 2020), Digital Forensics (February 2021) and Virtual Currencies (March 2021). The last session […]
For several years, the cloud has increased in relevance across all domains, and law enforcement is no different. Of course, the cloud is not a suitable – or necessary – solution for every application, but it does provide a saleable and flexible approach that cannot be matched with traditional on-premise approaches. For the law enforcement […]
On the 27th May 2021, the monthly C-UAS TIG meeting was held. In the first part, Christopher Church from the Digital Forensics Lab Interpol Global Complex for Innovation presented INTERPOL’s experiences with dealing with Unmanned Aircraft Systems.
Public Order is about the policing of public events and maintaining peace during large gatherings of people. This has been a key element of law enforcement activities for a long time and is perhaps more pertinent than ever. With threats becoming more diverse, the need for public safety is a number-one priority. Therefore, it is […]
In the process of writing the Project Initiation Document, the team decided that the TIG will be re-named to the more appropriate C-UAS (previously C-UAV – with V standing for vehicles) to match the changing lexicon in the field of drones and unmanned aerial vehicles.
The most recent Financial TIG meeting took place on 22nd April 2021. The subject of the session was ‘Drones’. First, we listened to Jarmo Puustinen (ENLETS NCP FINLAND, Counter-UAS’s TIG Leader) who introduced the participants to the topic of drones, giving the essential information and an overview of drone usage.
On the 20th April, the ENLETS Internet Investigations TIG held the first longer session of the year. The meeting was dedicated to some of the priorities the forerunner group has identified.