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ARICA: Assessing Risk Indicators of Child Sexual Abuse

The ARICA project develops technologies that will enhance law enforcement authorities’ capabilities in investigating online child sexual abuse material in the dark web. The tool will be developed in cooperation between psychologists, criminologists and forensic linguists, and artificial intelligence as well as machine learning will be utilized. The technologies developed by the project will be freely available for all law enforcement authorities in Europe after the end of the project. 

Timescale: January 2023 – December 2024

Project partners: European Research Services, Johannes-Gutenberg-University Mainz, Medical School Berlin, Ministere de l’Interieur, France, Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement, Police Academy of the Czech Republic in Prague, Polish Platform for Homeland Security, Rigr.AI, Ministry of the Interior, Time.lex

Funding: The European Commission’s ISF-P programme. The total budget is approximately EUR 2 million, of which the Police University College’s share is approximately EUR 270,000.

Contact persons at Police University College: Project Officer Johanna Argillander and Senior Specialist Salla Huikuri of the Ministry of the Interior. Argillander’s email is in the format [email protected] and Huikuri’s [email protected].

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