Note: the texts under all the headings, with the exception of 'Results achieved', describe the situation before the start of the project.
Extension of Police Corps information system ACHERON
The goal of the project is to contribute to the improvement of the analytical information system of the Slovak Police Force. As a result, a secured up-to-date IT analytical information tool will support the fight against corruption and organised crime in the country. As well, the project will help to fulfil the international obligations of Slovakia in the filed of criminal intelligence.
Enhanced security and safety
Combating corruption and organised crime
- Number of users of Ancheron outside of the Bureau for fighting against corruption as well as integrated places of work increased by 734 in comparison to the year 2011
- 125 trained employees of the National Criminal Agency have effective access to information
- Additional analytical equipment is available for the Slovak police and the analytical skills of the users are improved
- 897 members of the Police Corps attended training on system use
- Slovak police experts trained in information management, intelligence cycle and analytic activities
- National State Institute North
The analytic and database information system of the Slovak police is currently under development in line with an EU standard called ‘European Criminal Intelligence Model – ECIM’. The existing system is outdated, the number of users is limited and the databases are not interlinked. Information gained when securing evidence during criminal proceedings are only stored in paper form, which is limiting the further use of information. The new system called Acheron need to be extended and interlinked with the existing MIGRA and POLYGON databases.
The goal of the project is to ensure effective fight against serious and organised crime within Slovakia, as well as against border and cross-border organised crime, including crimes related to RN materials.
Specialised units and staff of the Slovak Police
In the first step, the existing Acheron information system will be extended. Purchase of hardware, software and the installation into the IT system has to be realised. Afterwards, the users and administrators of the system will be trained. In a next step, the analytical capacities and competencies of staff of the Bureau for Combating Corruption and Organised Crime shall be increased through technological improvements and trainings. In a third step, an information system for monitoring of illegal activities with RN materials will be established. Targeted training shall be provided to policemen, based on their potential role when handling with RN materials.
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Swiss Contribution to the enlarged EU
Foreign state institution
|Budget||Current phase Swiss budget CHF 3’370’000 Swiss disbursement to date CHF 2’823’486|
Phase 1 26.01.2012 - 30.06.2015 (Completed)