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  • 1. http://stockholm.noblogs.org | http://euro-police.noblogs.org | www.gipfelsoli.org
  • 2. Changes in european police collaboration
  • 3. Reconfiguring the "security architecture" Phenomens e.g.:
    • Shrinking of inner and outer security
    • 4. "Pooling" of authorities, secret services
    • 5. Data exchange more easy
  • 6. Solana greeting the "Security Conference" 2009, Munich "Never before have so many people worked to promote overall European security. Countless meetings are held in every conceivable format: bilateral and multilateral, formal and informal, among governments and with those outside".
  • 7. NATO "What the Western allies face is a long, sustained and proactive defence of their societies and way of life. To that end, they must keep risks at a distance, while at the same time protecting their homelands". "Towards a Grand Strategy for an Uncertain World“
  • 8. Police cooperation EC and EU Before EU-Treaty e.g.
    • "TREVI-Goup"
    • 9. "Club de Berne"
    • 10. "Middle European Conference"
    • 11. "Police Working Group on Terrorism"
    • 12. Networking via "Liaison Officers"
  • 13. New institutions and authorities
    • "Police agency" Europol
    • 14. Police academy CEPOL
    • 15. "Juristic collaboration" Eurojust
    • 16. "Standing Committee on Internal Security" (COSI)
    • 17. SitCen
    • 18. Frontex
  • 19. Situation Center (SitCen)
    • Grouping of european intelligence
    • 20. Collaboration with Europol and Frontex
  • 21. Frontex
    • "Rapid deployment teams"
    • 22. Risk analysis
    • 23. "European Border Guard"
    • 24. Research
  • 25. European Gendarmerie Force
    • Vicenza, Italy
    • 26. France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Romania
    • 27. Up to 3.000 Policemen
  • 28.
    • advise local police;
    • 29. public surveillance, border policing, intelligence;
    • 30. security and public order missions
    • 31. protecting property, keeping order in the event of public disturbances
    European Gendarmerie Force
  • 32. Technical changes
    • Digital surveillance
    • 33. Satellites
    • 34. Biometrics
    • 35. Drones
    • 36. Software for intelligent search in data bases
    • 37. Broadband networks for masses of data
  • 38. Security research
    • Civil and military
    • 39. Public and "private“ (industry)
    • 40. Technology and social sciences
  • 41. Security research "Towards a more secure society and increased industrial competitiveness“
  • 42. Security research Automatic Detection of Abnormal Behaviour and Threats in crowded Spaces
  • 43. Security research Surveillance of Unattended Baggage and the Identification and Tracking of the Owner
  • 44. Security research Coordinating National Research Programmes and Policies on Security at Major Events in Europe
  • 45. Security research Suspicious and Abnormal behaviour Monitoring Using a netwoRk of cAmeras & sensors for sItuation awareness enhancement
  • 46. Security research Autonomous Maritime Surveillance System
  • 47. Commission of "Justice and Home Affairs"
    • Closer collaboration of police, customers and other authorities ans Europol
    • 48. Closer collaboration of justice authorities
    • 49. "Harmonization“ of criminal laws
  • 50. EU in the middle of militant struggles
    • Riots in Greece, Iceland, Sweden, Lituania, Latvia, Bulgaria, France, Guadeloupe, Lampedusa
    • 51. Worldwide more civil unrest expected
  • 52. "Five-year plan" on "Justice and Home Affairs"
  • 53. 1999 Tampere
    • Creation of a space "freedom, security and justice"
    • 54. "Control of migration flows"
    • 55. Upgrading Europol
    • 56. Creation of "Task Force of European Police Chiefs"
  • 57. 2004 Hague Principle of "availability"
    • Creation of Frontex
    • 58. Data retention
    • 59. Expanding data bases
    • 60. "Border management"
    • 61. Fingerprints while applying for EU-Visa
    • 62. Expanding security research
  • 63. 2009 Stockholm
    • Under swedish presidency
    • 64. November 30/ December 1
    • 65. Final decision in Brussels
  • 66. "Future Group"
    • Minister Schäuble with former commissioner of "Justice and Home Affairs", Frattini, founded "Future Group"
    • 67. "informal commitee" of ministers of interior
    • 68. Wrote wishlist for five-year plan
  • 69. "Future Group" Current members:
    • France, Czech republic, Sweden
    • 70. Spain, Belgium, Hungary
  • 71. "Data-Tsunami" "Large amount of information that might be useful for public order authorities" "Future Group"
  • 72. "Information Overkill" "Greatest challenge is not anymore in gathering but analyze information". Markus Hellenthal, Senior Vice President EADS
  • 73. "Information Overkill" "Therefore also the legal and operative conditions must be created". Markus Hellenthal, Senior Vice President EADS
  • 74. New "five-year plan"
    • Police collaboration
    • 75. Fight against "Terrorism"
    • 76. Management of missions in "third states "
    • 77. Migration and asylum
    • 78. Border management
    • 79. Civil protection
    • 80. New technologies
    • 81. Informationnetworks
  • 82. New "five-year plan"
    • Cross border remote search
    • 83. more control of internet
    • 84. More satellite surveillance
    • 85. "Risk analysis" via Software
    • 86. "e-borders"
    • 87. Common deportation flights and planes
    • 88. Refugee camps in "third states"
  • 89. New "five-year plan"
    • More police interventions outside europe
    • 90. Enlarging of paralimilitary "European Gendarmerie Force"
    • 91. Collaboration of inner and outer secret service
    • 92. Enlarging and standardization of police data bases
  • 93. Protests against new "five-year plan"
    • Sanctions not visible for some years
    • 94. Resistance does not overcome national struggle
    • 95. 2009 several possibilities of protest
  • 96. http://stockholm.noblogs.org | http://euro-police.noblogs.org | www.gipfelsoli.org

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