INSPEC2T (Inspiring CitizeNS Participation for Enhanced Community PoliCing AcTions) is a three-year project that started in May 2015. The project is funded by the European Commission, under the “H2020-FCT-2014 Ethical/Societal Dimension Topic 2: Enhancing cooperation between law enforcement agencies and citizens - Community policing” call.
INSPEC2T projects’ scope is to develop a sustainable framework for Community Policing that effectively addresses and promotes seamless collaboration between the police and the community.
INSPEC2T approach bases its conceptual foundations on EU crime prevention and Member States specific Internal Security Policies, validated research results and best practices from cooperation between police and local, regional and national communities. This is perceived as an origin to apprehend special characteristics, particularities and determinants for trust between all stakeholders.
INSPEC2T will be demonstrated and validated in 5 EU cities by a wide range of relevant stakeholders.
INSPEC2T engagement and active participation is stimulated through fully dynamic, interactive and immersive training Serious Game applications that empower players to familiarise themselves with the system, gain an intuitive understanding of its functionalities and motivate their engagement in Community Policing activities.
Special focus will be given to Community Policing awareness raising activities for both police and citizens. The above activities and associated results, will provide a solid foundation for the evolution of the Next Generation Community Policing roadmap in Europe.
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Expected impact of INSPEC2T
INSPEC2T will culminate in a paradigm shift in which law enforcement agencies will serve and protect as ‘embedded’ members of the community instead of merely enforcing the law on the community.
The INSPEC2T project will have a positive impact on societies and community policing in the following ways:
The 3rd INSPEC2T newsletter has been published, giving an update on all recent project activity. Click here to access the newsletter and for more information about INSPEC2T.
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The INSPEC2T Project will hold its second Stakeholder Advisory Group and External Experts Group workshop in London, United Kingdom from 19-20 April 2016. This second workshop is dedicated to present and discuss the INSPEC2T rapid prototypes and early testing. Follow us on Twitter at @INSPEC2T for updates and photos from the event.
INSPEC2T solution will be implemented on a pilot basis and will be evaluated in 5 European cities. Application testing will take place in the following countries: Spain, Cyprus, United Kingdom and Netherlands. Selected local communities, municipal authorities and local police departments will test the technological tools of the project. The purpose of the tests is[…]
The 2nd INSPEC2T newsletter has been published, giving an update on all recent project activity. See the newsletter here for more detail.
Members of the general public – we are interested in your views on Community Policing in Europe! Complete the questionnaire in order to contribute to INSPEC2T Project’s research.
The INSPEC2T Project held its first Stakeholder Advisory Group and External Experts Group workshop in Vienna, Austria from 2-3 November 2015.
The INSPEC2T project has produced two posters and a brochure as part of its dissemination activities, in order to reach various people, groups and organisations interested in community policing. See the posters and brochures on the Dissemination Materials page for information on the project.
The INSPEC2T project held its kick off meeting in Athens on the 22nd and 23rd of June, 2015. During this meeting all 18 consortium partners presented an overview of the work to be done on each work package and presented a detailed action plan for achieving the project goals. Stay tuned for more[…]