Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data<<Alert and Subservient>>Netherlands National Police Agency
2Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataUse-Case “Security” by: Peter Schaafsma (Senior Information Officer,...
3Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data Purpose of the caseTo indicate the added value of INSPIRE composing...
4Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataPOSTED ON 18 February 2013Belgium, the Netherlands and NorthRhine – W...
5Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data From the police in the United Kingdom and Belgium, the Dutch police...
6Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data
7Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data Inhabitants, living in the vicinity of the Westkade at Sas van Ghen...
Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataCanal Ghent- TerneuzenSas van Ghentvillage
Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data9NLBE
10Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data9 a13 a12a
11Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data The observed trucks drive in the direction of Sas van Ghent and Ze...
12Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data On a large parking at a gasstation near Jabbeke alongside the E40,...
13Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data From these ports several ferries frequently sail to the United Kin...
14Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data The noise pollution at Sas van Ghent always appears during the nig...
15Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data This vessel is a liner between Riga (Latvia) and Sas van Ghent and...
16Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataVanjaco BVVanjaco BVBAGodspodin Kirilenko
17Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data After asking for information at the Chamber of Commerce it becomes...
18Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data Based on all the gathered information so far the Police decides to...
19Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data
20Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataIn the end the joint police force decides toarrest all suspects at t...
21Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataCASE CLOSED…
22Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data
23Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial datamap 1 map 2 map 3 map 4 map 5 map 6 map 7Common Operational Picturei...
24Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataData model Use-CaseAerial maps AddressesRoadsAdministrative boundari...
25Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataHarvesting by CSWGEOPORTALS for finding spatial data
26Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataThe European INSPIRE access-point to the meta-data catalogue for geo...
27Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataPublieke Dienstverlening Op de Kaart (PDOK)Access-point for data ser...
28Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataPDOK: use of wizard to plot vessel Godspodin Kirilenko
29Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataPDOK: use of wizard to plot additional map layers: addresses and roads
30Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data
31Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data
32Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataExample 1: aerial / satellite imagesLegal issueZoom level
33Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataExample 2: roads
34Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataFuture architecturePolice GIS BE Police GIS NLOpen dataPolicedataPol...
35Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataConclusions Availability : a limited set of INSPIRE data is availab...
36Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataAND many other cross-border criminalactivities by using spatial crim...
Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataThis Use-Case has been realised with assistance of the following organ...
38Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataTHANKS FOR YOUR ATTENDANCE!
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  1. 1. Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data<<Alert and Subservient>>Netherlands National Police Agency
  2. 2. 2Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataUse-Case “Security” by: Peter Schaafsma (Senior Information Officer, Central Intelligence Division) Johan van Schaaik (Informationmanager GEO, Information Management Service)
  3. 3. 3Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data Purpose of the caseTo indicate the added value of INSPIRE composing a common operational picturefor a cross-border analysis.At the same time challenges will be specified. Data to construct this case. .All data, names and countries referred to in this use-case are inventedand not related to a real case or an investigation.
  4. 4. 4Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataPOSTED ON 18 February 2013Belgium, the Netherlands and NorthRhine – Westphalia will intensify thepresent cooperation in reducing thecross-border criminality in the Euregio.
  5. 5. 5Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data From the police in the United Kingdom and Belgium, the Dutch police receivesinformation on human trafficking from Eastern Europe. It is likely that people from the Ukraine are smuggled through a Dutch seaport (nearthe Belgium border) destinated for the United Kingdom, Belgium and Canada (viaFrance).by boat or by truck
  6. 6. 6Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data
  7. 7. 7Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data Inhabitants, living in the vicinity of the Westkade at Sas van Ghent, frequentlycomplain to the local police officers about noise pollution during the night. At the same time they often observe several trucks with Bulgarian carplates.
  8. 8. Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataCanal Ghent- TerneuzenSas van Ghentvillage
  9. 9. Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data9NLBE
  10. 10. 10Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data9 a13 a12a
  11. 11. 11Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data The observed trucks drive in the direction of Sas van Ghent and Zelzate inBelgium. According to information obtained from the police in the United Kingdom andBelgium the Bulgarian trucks drive from Zelzate to the R4 and subsequentlyon the E40 in the direction of the Belgian coast.R4E40
  12. 12. 12Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data On a large parking at a gasstation near Jabbeke alongside the E40, some lastchecks are performed on the ‘passengers’ and some food is stored. In some cases the ‘passengers’ are temporarily stored in the adjacent ruralarea during one or more nights. Traces of this stay are found, such as clothing, food and even faecial material. These traces may be connectable with locations of origin.
  13. 13. 13Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data From these ports several ferries frequently sail to the United Kingdom andother countries.
  14. 14. 14Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data The noise pollution at Sas van Ghent always appears during the night ofWednesday-Thursday, while the Russian vessel Godspodin Kirilenko ismoored at the Westkade.GodspodinKirilenko
  15. 15. 15Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data This vessel is a liner between Riga (Latvia) and Sas van Ghent and suitablefor both containers and bulkcargo.
  16. 16. 16Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataVanjaco BVVanjaco BVBAGodspodin Kirilenko
  17. 17. 17Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data After asking for information at the Chamber of Commerce it becomes clear thatVANJACO owns some subsidiary companies located in the followingcountries: Bulgaria, Latvia, Belgium, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
  18. 18. 18Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data Based on all the gathered information so far the Police decides to come intoaction:map 1 map 2 map 3 map 4 map 5 map 6 map 7Common Operational Pictureinfo sourcesInterpretation and Decisionmakingby police analystsJoint action by both Belgium and Dutch policeprevious maps
  19. 19. 19Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data
  20. 20. 20Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataIn the end the joint police force decides toarrest all suspects at the same time(GMT) at all relevant locations.Date and Time of boarding: 29-04-2012 at 04:00 GMT Bathymetrical chart Navigation map
  21. 21. 21Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataCASE CLOSED…
  22. 22. 22Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data
  23. 23. 23Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial datamap 1 map 2 map 3 map 4 map 5 map 6 map 7Common Operational Pictureinfo sourcesprevious mapsMaps needed for the spatial crime analyses:
  24. 24. 24Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataData model Use-CaseAerial maps AddressesRoadsAdministrative boundariesCountry boundariesCell Tower LocationsPolice dataTOPORoads for routingINSPIREOpen DataCommercial DataTracksPOICrime ScenesGeographical names
  25. 25. 25Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataHarvesting by CSWGEOPORTALS for finding spatial data
  26. 26. 26Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataThe European INSPIRE access-point to the meta-data catalogue for geo-data in the Netherlands
  27. 27. 27Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataPublieke Dienstverlening Op de Kaart (PDOK)Access-point for data services anddownloads of Netherlands’ geo-datasets.Focus on professional users andGeo-ICT specialists.Overview of data services via: https://www.pdok.nl/nl/producten/pdok-services/overzicht-urls
  28. 28. 28Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataPDOK: use of wizard to plot vessel Godspodin Kirilenko
  29. 29. 29Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataPDOK: use of wizard to plot additional map layers: addresses and roads
  30. 30. 30Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data
  31. 31. 31Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial data
  32. 32. 32Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataExample 1: aerial / satellite imagesLegal issueZoom level
  33. 33. 33Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataExample 2: roads
  34. 34. 34Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataFuture architecturePolice GIS BE Police GIS NLOpen dataPolicedataPolicedataGeopunt PDOKCommercial dataCommon Operational PictureCross-border operationPartnerdataPartnerdata
  35. 35. 35Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataConclusions Availability : a limited set of INSPIRE data is available,additional data has to be obtained to meet user requirements. Accessibility : differs by country, sometimes hard to find,for experts only. Applicability : appropriate for viewing national data,unusable for analyses,not suitable for cross-border, international viewingand analyses. Police : more awareness and knowledge is required,ICT security and legal issues must be solved. Coöperation : between countries and organisations is a critical condition tobe succesful.
  36. 36. 36Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataAND many other cross-border criminalactivities by using spatial crimeanalyses INSPIREd by spatial dataDrugs Waste Metaltheftand: Mobile Banditism, Car- and Homejacking, Criminal Motorgangs, Burglary
  37. 37. Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataThis Use-Case has been realised with assistance of the following organisations:Realisation Use-CaseGuidance and adviceMaritime adviceUser EngagementTechnical adviceINSPIREing maps37
  38. 38. 38Cross border crime analyses INSPIREd by spatial dataTHANKS FOR YOUR ATTENDANCE!

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