Inspiring CitizeNS Participation for Enhanced Community PoliCing AcTions

The Project

The Project INSPEC2T (Inspiring CitizeNS Participation for Enhanced Community PoliCing AcTions) is a three-year project that started in May 2015.
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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:

impacts

  • Better community policing through more effective and efficient tools, procedures and approaches that match the needs and requirements of users.
  • INSPEC2T will deliver awareness raising activities, a communication platform and training solutions. Each of these will accommodate for underlying societal, cultural, ethical and legal principles.
  • Improved early warning and identification of public safety and security risks.
  • Enhanced crime reporting by allowing citizens and community to report incidents and perceived offences/crime more efficiently and effectively.
  • More proficient timely intervention, as more accurate and efficient information is available, which also impacts the process of crime solving indirectly.
  • Strengthened and accelerated communication (and collaboration) between citizens and police forces.
  • Strengthened community cohesion and a reduction in feelings of insecurity

Partners

The INSPEC2T consortium consists of eighteen partners from eight European countries.

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