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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:
ADITESS, March 2018 Smart Policing and Community Policing are called to provide solutions approaching crime from drastically different perspectives. The former uses highly advanced technological means with drastic measures for the elimination of a criminal case, in minimal time, whilst the latter focuses on breaking down the barriers between the police and the citizens in Read more about INSPEC2T: combining smart policing and community policing for a more effective response to crime[…]
IMC, March 2018 When an incident occurs, there is a vast amount of information and data that needs to be processed by Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs). To enable a faster reaction to this information, one of the INSPEC2T project objectives is to correlate information submitted by citizens in their crime reports. This information contains geographical, Read more about A new technology to enable a faster reaction to crime reports[…]
VICESSE, February 2018 Design a technology such as INSPEC2T lead to analyse how to conceptualise complex ICT-enabled tools and systems into policing, police work. Police work can be aligned to the logic of technology developers. Police work is mapped onto a model of information processing, where officers are represented as units, feeding information into the Read more about Achieving stronger community policing through the technology and social science interface[…]
KEMEA, January 2018 The Next Generation Community Policing Conference – NGCP with an emphasis in the use of technologies provided through the Social Media and Smart Apps in the Context of Fight against Terrorism and Organized Crime, was held in Heraklion, Crete from the 25th to the 27th of October 2017. The conference provided all Read more about INSPEC<sup>2</sup>T Project at The Next Generation Community Policing Conference[…]
Vicomtech-IK4 , December, 2017 As part of the INSPEC2T project’s objective to accelerate communication and information sharing between police operators and members of the community, Vicomtech-IK4 has successfully developed and integrated a new technology which automatically transcribes spoken messages sent by citizens as crime evidence. Here, we focus on and illustrate some technical aspects of the Read more about The Multimedia Analytics Module in the INSPEC<sup>2</sup>T Platform[…]
Lancashire Constabulary, November 2017 INSPEC2T’s series of five test cases concludes with the Preston pilot, led by Lancashire Constabulary. As an INSPEC2T end-user partner, Lancashire Constabulary is seeking to use the latest technology and policing practices to enhance their engagement methodology and processes. Officers in Preston are actively using social media to engage with their Read more about The Preston Test Case[…]
The 5th INSPEC2T newsletter has been published, giving an update on all recent project activity. See the newsletter here for more detail.
INSPEC2T is a co-organizer of the Next Generation Community Policing (NGCP) conference. Find out more here
The 4th INSPEC2T newsletter has been published, giving an update on all recent project activity. See the newsletter here for more detail.
The 3rd INSPEC2T newsletter has been published, giving an update on all recent project activity. See the newsletter here for more detail.