During a digital-related investigation, electronic evidence can be gathered from a variety of sources such as cell phones, hard drives, CDs, digital cameras, electronic files
Child exploitation (CE) is a complex societal problem – there are many moving parts, many points of failure, and many vulnerabilities. Child exploitation includes, but
First responders, borders, and data – can shared data help build a more coordinated response to crises and disasters?
Disasters and crises often have an international, if not a global impact. Management of these crises involves the coordination of a number of organizations and
We are in a period of redesigning and reinvesting in urban transport systems in European cities. New transport systems such as micro-transit, motorbike taxis, e-scooters, bike sharing, cycle
We are proud to be working with the Irish Policing Authority to investigate and understand crime victims’ experience with the Garda Síochána (the police service
Co-creation workshops rely on extensive interaction between participants. During co-creation, collaborators define an issue and undertake work to collectively create a solution to address it.
The COVID-19 breakthrough we have all been waiting for came this week: a vaccine. If this vaccination is approved, it would allow the world to
How stakeholder engagement makes our communication more effective Through our experience in multi-partner projects and international consortiums, we have come to the conclusion that while
Trilateral Research joins 11 organisations from across Europe in the newly launched H2020 TRIPS project. The ambition of the project is to take practical steps
In the face of natural or man-made disaster, urban search and rescue teams and other first responders like police, medical units or civil protection race
On 26-27 April 2019, the NO-FEAR workshop on scene security and Ballistic Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) brought together over 55 stakeholders from across Europe and