Quick Response for Operational Centers
Quick and safe cross-border data exchange on terrorist threats for public protection
The Quick Response for Operational Centers (QROC) project shares needs and best practices and increases the foresight regarding (the uptake of) new innovative technologies for operational centers to improve the public protection. To that aim, the QROC project will build a communication capability between the Law Enforcement National Operational Centers (NOC) to share quickly and secure operational data across borders regarding terrorist threats to protect the public. This project is an initiative of the Core group of the European Network of Law Enforcement Technology Services (ENLETS).
The QROC project is approaching its end and will therefore organize this final event at Conference Centre De Ruwenberg in Sint-Michielsgestel (NL). This event is hosted by the National Police of the Netherlands and is open to LEA organizations only. Main goal for the project is to showcase the added value of a communication capability for
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and related restrictions in the EU countries and the impact on the QROC activities/deliverables, the project organisation requested an extension of the project of six months. This extension has been approved by the EU Project Coordinator; therefor the project will now run until May 1st, 2022.
Project Quick Response for Operational Centers (QROC) shares needs and best practices and increases the foresight regarding (the uptake of) new innovative technologies for Operation Centers to improve the public protection.
To improve the Protection of Public spaces and citizens against terrorist and CBRN attacks by implementing a sustainable, secure and swift cross border communication mechanism between the EU Operational centers to share relevant operational information in the “Golden Hour”.
Tangible results based on continuous testing of a new Capability Package (CP), self-assessment tool for NOCs, demonstration of and innovative technologies, along with education and practical training via a series of tabletop exercises will increase the efficiency, and the capacity of NOCs.
Project duration: 1.11.2019 -1.11.2021
EU Grant nr: 861716
Coordination and Project Management by DITSS.
This project is an initiative of the Core group of the European Network of Law Enforcement Technology Services (ENLETS).
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