SENTER Network and ENLETS have announced a new cooperation agreement to stimulate research for law enforcement.

Upcoming OSINT training module – developed within the SENTER-project
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SENTER Network and ENLETS have announced a new cooperation agreement to stimulate research for law enforcement.

The Association “Network for Strengthening European Network Centres of Excellence in Cybercrime” (SENTER Network) and European Network of Law Enforcement Technology Services (ENLETS) have announced a new cooperation agreement to stimulate research for law enforcement in the area of countering cybercrime, enhance co-creation activities and foster information sharing between low enforcement and research community.

The agreement in the form of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) formalizes the mutual commitment and strengthens the existing relationship between SENTER Network and ENLETS at the strategic and working levels, at the same time focusing on the areas of mutual interest – research development, networking, policy development, awareness building and other agreed efforts intended to counter cybercrimes.

The ENLETS is an active network of law enforcement agencies across EU that stimulates research for low enforcement and supports front line policing and the fight against organized crime by scanning and raising awareness of new technology and best practices/recent developments.

The SENTER is a European network of centers of excellence for training, research & education in the field of cybercrime, which has pioneered the implementation of cross-border cooperation aiming at contributing to the law enforcement efforts to counter cybercrime.

The SENTER Network and ENLETS have shared objectives of serving the public interest and stimulating an integrated approach in technology services, co-creation and joint research and development. This MoU provides continuity for joint activities of both networks in achieving common goals: operationally strengthen Security Forces (Police), incorporate innovative methods, technologies in their daily operations and to promote end-users’ needs focused research and scientific developments.

The agreement can be found here.

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