On April 17th and 18th the CITYCoP project presented its results in the event "Changing Communities, Changing Policing" in Florence
A new law enforcement partner with two new exciting pilot locations are being planned as the project moves into its last and most exciting phase before conclusion.
The CITYCoP projects continues its interactions with the pilot cities with a training activity with the Irish Police.
The programme is being rolled out nationwide, with an officer responsible for every area in the country.
NOVI SAD, SERBIA: Since they were introduced, mobile phones saved many lives and properties in various crisis situations.
In the past few months, the CITYCoP team has been visiting some of the pilot cities, to meet with the local Police Forces and prepare the ground for the deployment of the Pilot Runs.
The reporting application for faults in the neighbourhood now covers all of Ireland
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This November, CITYCoP organizes its Mid-term Conference: an opportunity to learn and discuss about the community policing application that is being developed by the project.
Mobile phones sold in India will be required to have a “panic button” after Jan. 1, part of the government’s efforts to address women’s safety in a country where incidents of reported rape continue to rise.
A smart phone app points people the way, assists event organisers in preventing emergency cases and turns its creators into technology entrepreneurs.
The unprecedented number of children across Europe separated from an incarcerated parent could serve as the basis for a new aid policy. Yet, making it happen at the EU level is going to take time.
Artificial emotions can help people communicate, but they raise ethical issues too.
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