TAKEDOWN Online Survey

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The European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation TAKEDOWN project, which CSS contributes to, is launching an European 
public on-line survey among practitioners to understand the dimensions of organised crime and terrorist networks for developing effective and efficient security solutions and practical toolkits for first-line-practitioners and professionals.

We want to invite European practitioners from all kind fields (Law Enforcement Agencies, educators and professors, social workers, psychologists, NGOs, youth workers, prison officers, security professionals among others) dealing with issues related to prevent,  monitor, investigate or combat organized crime and terrorism to participate in the survey and distribute it among all interested stakeholders. Survey is available in 10 different languages and can be completed in a few minutes following the link: https://mdxl.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1z89Rci6OTkdfZb

EU TAKEDOWN will develop responses to criminal threats by using a multidimensional approach including social, psychological, economic and cultural aspects, as well as prevention activities and response approaches. As a part of the European wide empirical research, this survey ask some general questions not intended to address particular circumstances of any individual or entity but understanding the dimensions of organized crime and terrorist networks in order to create effective and efficient security solutions for first-line practitioners and professionals.

TAKEDOWN project work comes from 18 European scientific, technology, research, social and security institutions joining efforts and expertise to identify, prevent and respond to crime and terrorist networks.

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