Next Generation Community Policing Conference

Social Media & SmartApps in the context of Fight against Terrorism & Organized Crime
Heraklion - Crete, Greece
25th - 27th October 2017

The Next Generation Community Policing (NGCP) International Conference will be co-organized in Crete (25-27 October 2017) by City.Risks and the other six (6) contributing R&D projects funded by the Horizon 2020 SECURITY Program of the European Commission. FCT-14-2014 – Ethical/Societal Dimension Topic 2: Enhancing cooperation between law enforcement agencies and citizens – Community policing and FCT-10 – 2014 – Urban security topic 1: Innovative solutions to counter security challenges connected with large urban environment.

The City.Risks consortium will present the following papers:

Title: Advances in Criminological Research Using Smart Phone Applications to Gather Data: the Potential for Additional Value in a Cross-Scientific Research Project on Urban Safety  (Download)
Authors: Alexander Engström and Karl Kronkvist
Institution: Malmö University

Title: Ethics…What ethics? New technologies, citizen engagement and ethical dilemmas (Download)
Authors: Dr Bina Bhardwa, Gillian Hunter and Paul Turnbull
Institution: Institute for Criminal Policy Research (ICPR), Birkbeck, University of London

Title: ICT tools and services for avoiding and mitigating safety risks in urban environments: The City.Risks Paradigm  (Download)
Authors: Nikolaos Bakalos
Institution: Institute of Communications and Computer Systems – ICCS (Greece)

Title: An IoT Participatory Sensing System for Making our Cities Safer and Increasing the Perception of Security among Citizens (Download)
Author: Nikolaos Koukoulas1, Nikolaos Papadakis1, Socrates Costicoglou1, Dimitrios Skoutas1, Alexandros Belesiotis1, Dimitrios Skoutas2, Alexandros Belesiotis2,
Institutions: 1Space Hellas SA, 2Athena Research & Innovation Center in Information, Communication and Knowledge Technologies, Greece

Title: Multimedia analysis on user generated content for safety oriented applications (Download)
Authors: Nikolaos Papadakis1, Antonios Litke2, Anastasios Doulamis3, Nikolaos Doulamis3
Institutions: 1Hellenic Army Academy, 2Infili Technologies PC, 3National Technical University of Athens