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Technology, training and knowledge for Early-Warning / Early-Action led policing in fighting Organised Crime and Terrorism

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Project "COPKIT" data sheet

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Coordinator
INGENIERIA DE SISTEMAS PARA LA DEFENSA DE ESPANA SA-SME MP 

Organization address
address: CALLE BEATRIZ DE BOBADILLA 3
city: MADRID
postcode: 28040
website: www.isdefe.es

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 Coordinator Country Spain [ES]
 Total cost 4˙986˙973 €
 EC max contribution 4˙986˙973 € (100%)
 Programme 1. H2020-EU.3.7.6. (Ensure privacy and freedom, including in the Internet and enhance the societal, legal and ethical understanding of all areas of security, risk and management)
2. H2020-EU.3.7.1. (Fight crime, illegal trafficking and terrorism, including understanding and tackling terrorist ideas and beliefs)
 Code Call H2020-SEC-2016-2017-2
 Funding Scheme RIA
 Starting year 2018
 Duration (year-month-day) from 2018-06-01   to  2021-05-31

 Partnership

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# participants  country  role  EC contrib. [€] 
1    INGENIERIA DE SISTEMAS PARA LA DEFENSA DE ESPANA SA-SME MP ES (MADRID) coordinator 759˙325.00
2    THALES NEDERLAND BV NL (HENGELO OV) participant 1˙015˙268.00
3    LEGIND TECHNOLOGIES AS DK (ESBJERG) participant 379˙275.00
4    UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA ES (GRANADA) participant 365˙750.00
5    IBM IRELAND LIMITED IE (Ballsbridge) participant 364˙250.00
6    AIT AUSTRIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY GMBH AT (WIEN) participant 353˙492.00
7    MINISTERE DE L'INTERIEUR FR (PARIS) participant 272˙750.00
8    MINISTERIO DEL INTERIOR ES (MADRID) participant 254˙375.00
9    KENTRO MELETON ASFALEIAS EL (ATHINA) participant 223˙062.00
10    HOCHSCHULE FUR DEN OFFENTLICHEN DIENST IN BAYERN DE (MUNCHEN) participant 181˙925.00
11    POLICE FEDERALE BELGE BE (Brussels) participant 163˙375.00
12    PRAVO I INTERNET FOUNDATION BG (SOFIA) participant 144˙000.00
13    TRILATERAL RESEARCH LTD UK (LONDON) participant 121˙343.00
14    TRILATERAL RESEARCH LIMITED IE (DUNDALK LOUTH) participant 113˙843.00
15    IEKSLIETU MINISTRIJAS VALSTS POLICIJA STATE POLICE OF THE MINISTRY OF INTERIOR LV (Riga) participant 82˙250.00
16    GLAVNA DIREKTSIA BORBA S ORGANIZIRANATA PRESTUPNOST BG (SOFIA) participant 78˙000.00
17    Inspectoratul General al Politiei Romane RO (Bucuresti) participant 68˙000.00
18    VIENNA CENTRE FOR SOCIETAL SECURITY - VICESSE, WIENER ZENTRUM FUR SOZIALWISSENSCHAFTLICHE SICHERHEITSFORSCHUNG AT (VIENNA) participant 46˙687.00

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 Project objective

'The COPKIT project addresses the problem of analysing, preventing, investigating and mitigating the use of new information and communication technologies by organised crime and terrorist groups. This question is a key challenge for policy-makers and LEAs due to the complexity of the phenomenon, the quantity of factors and actors involved, and the great set of criminal and terrorist technological activities in support of OC and terrorist actions. It is a clear VUCA world effect (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity). EUROPOL who is involved in COPKIT as head of its Advisory Board, in this year’s SOCTA 2017 report 'Crime in the Age of Technology' states that 'This is now, perhaps, the greatest challenge facing LEAs around the world'. COPKIT proposes an intelligence-led Early Warning (EW) / Early Action (EA) system, directly related to the methodological approach used by EUROPOL in SOCTA. “Intelligence-led policing” offers a framework to guide operations, prioritizing needs and optimizing resources. EW explain how crimes are evolving, identifying 'weak signals', warnings, new trends, and being a basis for assisting decision makers, both strategic and operational levels, in order to develop EA (preparedness, mitigation, prevention and other security policies). Our project, with 17 European organizations from 13 countries participating (9 of them LEAs from 8 countries, one of them leader of EMPACT firearms) and with EUROPOL leading support, aims to create such a technological intelligence and knowledge ecosystem for LEAs, to fight OCT. COPKIT will comprise several phases: (1) developing and applying a EW/EA system and applying it to use-cases, (2) developing a toolkit for knowledge production and exploitation, tested by LEAs in their premises, (3) ensuring respects to EU legal and ethical principles, (4) developing innovative curricula for all aspects of the EW/EA methodology and eco-system to facilitate the uptake by LEAs.'

 Publications

year authors and title journal last update
List of publications.
2019 Carlos Fernandez-Basso, Abel J. Francisco-Agra, Maria J. Martin-Bautista, M. Dolores Ruiz
Finding tendencies in streaming data using Big Data frequent itemset mining
published pages: 666-674, ISSN: 0950-7051, DOI: 10.1016/j.knosys.2018.09.026
Knowledge-Based Systems 163 2020-04-25

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