RAN POL Papers (13)RSS
RAN POL Police role and contribution in the holistic, multi-agency case diagnosis of at-risk individuals, groups and neighbourhoods, Rome 31 October and 1 November 2022
This paper presents the main conclusions of 2 days of presentations and lively group discussions. Since this was not the first time RAN POL had a meeting on multi-agency holistic cooperation for case diagnosis...
Manual for Responses to returning foreign terrorist fighters and their families 2nd Edition, 2022
This manual outlines responses to FTFs and their families, returning or planning to return to their home countries within the EU, from terrorist conflict zones such as Syria and Iraq. When the term “returnees” is used in this manual, it refers to FTFs and their families (women and children).
RAN POL The challenges of anti-authorities extremism for police, Copenhagen 23-24 June 2022
This paper presents the main conclusions of two days of presentations and lively group discussions. Since this was the first time RAN POL had a meeting on the complex phenomenon of mass protest in combination with anti-authorities sentiments and extremists, a large portion of the first day...
RAN POL Local Training Programmes in P/CVE, online meeting 24-25 November 2021
This paper summarises the discussion at the online Police and law enforcement Working Group (RAN POL) meeting held on 24 and 25 November. It starts by presenting the highlights of the discussion on different local training programmes in P/CVE from the last 2 years onwards and on practical materials.
RAN POL Community police and the online dimension, online meeting 05 July 2021
This paper summarises the discussion at the online RAN POL meeting held on 5 and 6 July. It starts by presenting the highlights of community or proximity policing in P/CVE, with examples of how police in Europe are incorporating the digital domain into their work.
RAN POL Preventing and countering radicalisation of police, military and prison staff, online meeting 23-24 March 2022
On 23 and 24 March 2022, a group of experts with experience in police, military and prisons gathered online to discuss preventing and countering of radicalisation within their organisations.
RAN POL Workshop for in-depth case diagnosis, online meeting 16-17 December 2021
This paper summarises the main conclusions following the four real-life cases diagnosed during the meeting. The paper also describes the reoccurring approaches to the cases and its challenges. Recommendations about methodology and the role of police in the multi-agency approach are also presented.
Lone Actors as a Challenge for P/CVE, July 2021
The increase in lone-actor terrorist attacks in Europe is concerning: lone actors’ relative isolation compared to group actors, as well as the near-spontaneous character of their attacks, have made it harder for law enforcement to detect and disrupt their plans.
RAN POL Lone Actors, Police and P/CVE, online meeting 29-30 September 2020
This paper is written for police to increase their understanding about lone actors and possible ways for police to prevent them from becoming violent.
RAN Small Scale Meeting Radicalised police, military and prison staff, online meeting 16 December 2020
This paper will reflect the outcomes of the discussion and, firstly, focus on the highlights of the discussion, such as a first reflection on the reasons why individuals radicalise within the police, military and prison, and then summarise the recommendations that were formulated by the experts...