Friday, December 17, 10.00am -11.30am (CET)
The EU-funded Cutting Crime Impact (CCI) project is coming to an end and so is the 10-part webinar series with the German Prevention Congress (DPT). In the final webinar, we venture both a review of the project over the past three years and an outlook on how to use the project results appropriately, wisely and sustainably.
We will start with a keynote by Dr Raphael Bossong who will put the CCI Project into a European contemporary spirit. He will give us a brief overview of security policy in Europe up to the start of the CCI project and reflect on the European trends we are currently moving in. What is missing in the current European security policy regarding the fight against high-impact petty crime and what can CCI contribute to these challenges?
Afterwards, Prof Caroline Davey and Andrew Wootton, consortium leaders of the project, will reflect on the CCI project. By thinking back and looking forward, they will talk about lessons learned and future steps for CCI.
The need for a better defined European Security Model was outlined in the Horizon2020 research programme. CCI was asked to provide a definition of a European Security Model that also takes into account high-impact petty crime. Since we found in our research that a visual European Security Model does not actually exist, we created our own, new version of a European Security Model – a human-centred conceptualisation of security, which Prof Caroline Davey and Andrew Wootton will present in this webinar.
We will end the webinar with short statements from the Advisory Board Members who have accompanied and supported the project.
Dr Raphael Bossong (German Institute for International and Security Affairs),
Prof Caroline Davey & Andrew Wootton (Design Against Crime Solution Centre),
as well as Partners and Advisory Board Members of the CCI project
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