Our project has been rooted in policing practice and international policing expertise.
The Norwegian Police University College was responsible for the police training work package, and has established an extensive network of policing experts from around the world who consult project researchers on a voluntary basis.
The work package has used research findings to establish a ‘best practice’ police training method and curricula for community-oriented policing. Of interest here is the possible relevance but also the ethical pitfalls of the use of big data in community-based policing.
led ICT4COP’s Work Package 4: Police Training and Education from 2017-2020. She led the production aspects in the development of the e-learning program, as well as serving as project and stakeholder liaison, and leading implementation and dissemination activities.
led ICT4COP’s Work Package 4: Police Training and Education from 2015 – 2017, overseeing a number of the work package’s deliverables. He was active during the project application phase and was responsible for establishing and running the Police Experts Network (PEN).
contributed to ICT4COP’s Work Package 8: South Asia, Work Package 4: Police Training and Education, and WP5: Youth Issues. His research focused mainly on Afghanistan, including COP in Afghanistan, Norwegian police contributions in Afghanistan, Youth in Afghanistan, as well as other broader considerations of COP and police reform.
Alf Halvar Næsje
contributed to ICT4COP’s Work Package 4: Police Training and Education, through writing the methodology used by the work package. He gathered and analyzed curricula for community-oriented policing towards the establishment of a “best practice” police training method.