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One of the InterPortPolice primary priorities is global networking and making our departments aware of the changing world social media and cyber challenges. Policing, public safety and security must adapt, stay current and look forward. From Collaboration to security measures we strive to ensure departments understand the process and stay a step ahead.
Listening to social intelligence is a significant part of the new law enforcement requirements. From an incident to crime partaking through this media forum. It is imperative for a department to use the most advanced tools to stay aware, prevent activity and solve cases. We offer such tools and show you how to listening to Social media. Social media transactions happen 400 million times each day through individual observations, videos, and photos. It surrounds you and affects you. Technology on the street and in the industry move rapidly. Staying abreast it critical.
The InterPortPolice has embarked into a four-prong collaboration approach to assist organizations understand sharing and collaboration. From programs such as MetroWatch, Facewatch and DataPol to advice from subject matter experts who have been on the front line.
- Social Media Intelligence: Prevention of criminal activities, active criminal case management, criminal surveillance, and incident awareness
- Sharing & Intelligence & Information: Officers, officials and SME in an secure and role-based online environment.
- Product Source: Sharing information on Products, Services, Solutions, Companies & People
- Integrated Individual Communication & Mass Notification: An app with private and public channels for reporting an incident or anything.
- Cyber Security Venerability Solutions: System prevention and monitoring to ensure protection of your platforms and infiltration
DataPol is about moving forward and ensuring data security is maintained using the highest of security protocols for law enforcement and public safety. DataPol offers the opportunity to work together to provide a superior level of expertise from those who have worked among us. Our responsibility is to first and foremost to assist your organization with:
- Secure LE Cloud; and
- Cyber security technology requirements
Organization of American States
The InterPortPolice have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Organization of American States. Under the agreement they have mutually agreed to Contribute to strengthening the technical capacities of public sector officials and private sector in the hemisphere border security. This shall include providing technical assistance together under the coordination and leadership of the Secretariat of CICTE.
Under the framework of the Memorandum of Understanding, the organizations shall promote international cooperation on security in the hemisphere. Through the leadership and coordination of the CICTE Secretariat, they shall join forces to provide training and consulting for security at ports, airports and borders, such as security transport cargo and the individuals at the various facilities. This will include training in police and security operations and maritime ports and airports, crisis management, and management of intelligence and information.
The InterPortPolice have entered into a memorandum of agreement with Open Source Center (OSC) to deliver official use only briefing content as one of six named portal partners in March of 2013. Open Source Center is the US Government’s premier provider of foreign open source intelligence providing information on foreign political, military, economic, and technical issues beyond the usual media from an ever expanding universe of open sources. Their website contains sources from more than 160 countries in more than 80 languages. Users of OSC is restricted to approved government and law enforcement officials of U.S. and other approved governments.
In 2008 we formalized relations with the United Nation’s International Maritime Organization (IMO) holding consultative status and appointed to the Safety and Security Committee. We are looking to ensure the same type of strong relationship with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). We have also worked over the years with various other UN organizations, such as the United Nations Offie of Drug and Crime (UNDCO), and Counter-Terrorism Implementation Task Force (CTITF).
To strengthen our relationship with the European Union in 2008, we signed a memorandum of understanding with the European Association of Airport and Seaport Police and forged a relationship to ensure on-going cooperation. Over the years we have worked closely with our agencies in Europe.
We encourage relationship that requires focused regional efforts but understand the requirements of working globally. The InterPortPolice looks forward to building upon our current relationships and partnering with others to forge a stronger security alliance in cooperation and collaboration of law enforcement and public safety. This includes our private partner stakeholders such as airlines, shipping, and cruise lines.