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Monitoring European Police

  1. 1. http://stockholm.noblogs.org | http://euro-police.noblogs.org | www.gipfelsoli.org
  2. 2. Changes in european police collaboration
  3. 3. Reconfiguring the &quot;security architecture&quot; Phenomens e.g.: <ul><li>Shrinking of inner and outer security
  4. 4. &quot;Pooling&quot; of authorities, secret services
  5. 5. Data exchange more easy </li></ul>
  6. 6. Solana greeting the &quot;Security Conference&quot; 2009, Munich &quot;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&quot;.
  7. 7. NATO &quot;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&quot;. &quot;Towards a Grand Strategy for an Uncertain World“
  8. 8. Police cooperation EC and EU Before EU-Treaty e.g. <ul><li>&quot;TREVI-Goup&quot;
  9. 9. &quot;Club de Berne&quot;
  10. 10. &quot;Middle European Conference&quot;
  11. 11. &quot;Police Working Group on Terrorism&quot;
  12. 12. Networking via &quot;Liaison Officers&quot; </li></ul>
  13. 13. New institutions and authorities <ul><li>&quot;Police agency&quot; Europol
  14. 14. Police academy CEPOL
  15. 15. &quot;Juristic collaboration&quot; Eurojust
  16. 16. &quot;Standing Committee on Internal Security&quot; (COSI)
  17. 17. SitCen
  18. 18. Frontex </li></ul>
  19. 19. Situation Center (SitCen) <ul><li>Grouping of european intelligence
  20. 20. Collaboration with Europol and Frontex </li></ul>
  21. 21. Frontex <ul><li>&quot;Rapid deployment teams&quot;
  22. 22. Risk analysis
  23. 23. &quot;European Border Guard&quot;
  24. 24. Research </li></ul>
  25. 25. European Gendarmerie Force <ul><li>Vicenza, Italy
  26. 26. France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Romania
  27. 27. Up to 3.000 Policemen </li></ul>
  28. 28. <ul><li>advise local police;
  29. 29. public surveillance, border policing, intelligence;
  30. 30. security and public order missions
  31. 31. protecting property, keeping order in the event of public disturbances </li></ul>European Gendarmerie Force
  32. 32. Technical changes <ul><li>Digital surveillance
  33. 33. Satellites
  34. 34. Biometrics
  35. 35. Drones
  36. 36. Software for intelligent search in data bases
  37. 37. Broadband networks for masses of data </li></ul>
  38. 38. Security research <ul><li>Civil and military
  39. 39. Public and &quot;private“ (industry)
  40. 40. Technology and social sciences </li></ul>
  41. 41. Security research &quot;Towards a more secure society and increased industrial competitiveness“
  42. 42. Security research Automatic Detection of Abnormal Behaviour and Threats in crowded Spaces
  43. 43. Security research Surveillance of Unattended Baggage and the Identification and Tracking of the Owner
  44. 44. Security research Coordinating National Research Programmes and Policies on Security at Major Events in Europe
  45. 45. Security research Suspicious and Abnormal behaviour Monitoring Using a netwoRk of cAmeras & sensors for sItuation awareness enhancement
  46. 46. Security research Autonomous Maritime Surveillance System
  47. 47. Commission of &quot;Justice and Home Affairs&quot; <ul><li>Closer collaboration of police, customers and other authorities ans Europol
  48. 48. Closer collaboration of justice authorities
  49. 49. &quot;Harmonization“ of criminal laws </li></ul>
  50. 50. EU in the middle of militant struggles <ul><li>Riots in Greece, Iceland, Sweden, Lituania, Latvia, Bulgaria, France, Guadeloupe, Lampedusa
  51. 51. Worldwide more civil unrest expected </li></ul>
  52. 52. &quot;Five-year plan&quot; on &quot;Justice and Home Affairs&quot;
  53. 53. 1999 Tampere <ul><li>Creation of a space &quot;freedom, security and justice&quot;
  54. 54. &quot;Control of migration flows&quot;
  55. 55. Upgrading Europol
  56. 56. Creation of &quot;Task Force of European Police Chiefs&quot; </li></ul>
  57. 57. 2004 Hague Principle of &quot;availability&quot; <ul><li>Creation of Frontex
  58. 58. Data retention
  59. 59. Expanding data bases
  60. 60. &quot;Border management&quot;
  61. 61. Fingerprints while applying for EU-Visa
  62. 62. Expanding security research </li></ul>
  63. 63. 2009 Stockholm <ul><li>Under swedish presidency
  64. 64. November 30/ December 1
  65. 65. Final decision in Brussels </li></ul>
  66. 66. &quot;Future Group&quot; <ul><li>Minister Schäuble with former commissioner of &quot;Justice and Home Affairs&quot;, Frattini, founded &quot;Future Group&quot;
  67. 67. &quot;informal commitee&quot; of ministers of interior
  68. 68. Wrote wishlist for five-year plan </li></ul>
  69. 69. &quot;Future Group&quot; Current members: <ul><li>France, Czech republic, Sweden
  70. 70. Spain, Belgium, Hungary </li></ul>
  71. 71. &quot;Data-Tsunami&quot; &quot;Large amount of information that might be useful for public order authorities&quot; &quot;Future Group&quot;
  72. 72. &quot;Information Overkill&quot; &quot;Greatest challenge is not anymore in gathering but analyze information&quot;. Markus Hellenthal, Senior Vice President EADS
  73. 73. &quot;Information Overkill&quot; &quot;Therefore also the legal and operative conditions must be created&quot;. Markus Hellenthal, Senior Vice President EADS
  74. 74. New &quot;five-year plan&quot; <ul><li>Police collaboration
  75. 75. Fight against &quot;Terrorism&quot;
  76. 76. Management of missions in &quot;third states &quot;
  77. 77. Migration and asylum
  78. 78. Border management
  79. 79. Civil protection
  80. 80. New technologies
  81. 81. Informationnetworks </li></ul>
  82. 82. New &quot;five-year plan&quot; <ul><li>Cross border remote search
  83. 83. more control of internet
  84. 84. More satellite surveillance
  85. 85. &quot;Risk analysis&quot; via Software
  86. 86. &quot;e-borders&quot;
  87. 87. Common deportation flights and planes
  88. 88. Refugee camps in &quot;third states&quot; </li></ul>
  89. 89. New &quot;five-year plan&quot; <ul><li>More police interventions outside europe
  90. 90. Enlarging of paralimilitary &quot;European Gendarmerie Force&quot;
  91. 91. Collaboration of inner and outer secret service
  92. 92. Enlarging and standardization of police data bases </li></ul>
  93. 93. Protests against new &quot;five-year plan&quot; <ul><li>Sanctions not visible for some years
  94. 94. Resistance does not overcome national struggle
  95. 95. 2009 several possibilities of protest </li></ul>
  96. 96. http://stockholm.noblogs.org | http://euro-police.noblogs.org | www.gipfelsoli.org

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