The INSPEC2T Maturity Model

TNO, May 2017 To facilitate the successful implementation and exploitation of the solution developed by INSPEC2T, the project proposes a maturity model for IT‐enabled community policing (CP). The maturity model is intended as a multi‐faceted tool. Its uses can range from planning to monitoring of Community Policing goals, be they at a strategic or operational Read more about The INSPEC<sup>2</sup>T Maturity Model[…]

Stakeholder Engagement: The INSPEC2T Approach

Trilateral Research, May 2017 INSPEC2T aims to develop a sustainable framework for Community Policing (CP) that effectively addresses and promotes seamless collaboration between the police and the community. The project’s approach focuses on user-centric design and development, making stakeholder engagement a core activity that runs throughout the project. As the lead of Work Package 7 Read more about Stakeholder Engagement: The INSPEC<sup>2</sup>T Approach[…]

Community Policing in the Time of Austerity

VICESSE, May 2017 During the first phase of INSPEC2T, interviews with members of LEAs, involved in Community Policing (CP) programs in eight European partner countries were conducted. The findings allow the comparison of socio-cultural, organizational, and legal aspects of the respective CP initiatives. The countries involved can be distinguished between the Anglo-Saxon Common Law tradition, Read more about Community Policing in the Time of Austerity[…]

Business Intelligence and Analytics in INSPEC2T

IMC, April 2017 Business Intelligence is a data analysis process that presents actionable information intending to assist the relevant experts in decision making. The main role of Business Intelligence in a system is to Collect, process and integrate data Implement and execute queries against the collected data Produce results that are available through reports, dashboards Read more about Business Intelligence and Analytics in INSPEC<sup>2</sup>T[…]

INSPEC2T pilots outlook and NGCP conference

KEMEA, March 2017 The INSPEC2T Project successfully passed its midterm review in November 29, 2016 in Athens Greece. Every Work Package leader presented the work accomplished during the first 18 months of the project. The consortium showcased the INSPEC2T results that have been achieved versus the initial objectives, referring to issues and challenges that they Read more about INSPEC<sup>2</sup>T pilots outlook and NGCP conference[…]

INSPEC2T pilots outlook and NGCP conference

KEMEA, March 2017 The INSPEC2T Project successfully passed its midterm review in November 29, 2016 in Athens Greece. Every Work Package leader presented the work accomplished during the first 18 months of the project. The consortium showcased the INSPEC2T results that have been achieved versus the initial objectives, referring to issues and challenges that they Read more about INSPEC<sup>2</sup>T pilots outlook and NGCP conference[…]

The Multimedia Analytics Module in the INSPEC2T Platform

VICOMTECH-IK4, January 2017 As part of their role in INSPEC2T, Vicomtech-IK4 successfully integrated the re-identification of persons from images, tested under controlled real conditions, and is currently adding further functionalities on video and audio processing. The person recognition feature of the INSPEC2T platform allows the police operators to get automatic notifications if the same person Read more about The Multimedia Analytics Module in the INSPEC<sup>2</sup>T Platform[…]

Engagement in Lancashire

Lancashire Constabulary, January 2017 As a partner within the INSPEC2T project, Lancashire Constabulary is seeking to use the latest technology and policing practices to enhance our engagement methodology and processes. Lancashire Constabulary aims to involve people in active engagement to promote legitimacy and transparency, achieve operational and investigative benefits, and improve satisfaction and confidence. Effective Read more about Engagement in Lancashire[…]

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