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The network is not always a crime free space. Since the internet became popular, cybercrime has steadily increased. Faced with this situation, in this week's programme we interviewed the chief inspector of the National Police, Diego Alejandro Palomino, to talk about the work the police undertake on the internet: cyber patrols.
This week we are joined by collaborators in the renewable energy project in Cuba, which receives funds from the European Union and in which the FIIAPP is a participant. They will help us delve into the meaning of energy efficiency and how we can help reduce energy consumption, produce less pollution and mitigate climate change.
As part of its work to improve public systems, FIIAPP forges alliances with other institutions. This week we will learn about the work of the General Secretariat of Prisons and the cooperation projects, managed by FIIAPP and funded by the European Union, with which it collaborates. Among these are the twinning project entitled Improved management of terrorists and dangerous criminals in Turkish prisons, and the EU-ACT project to take action against drugs and organised crime.
This week we’ll learn what a forerunner is from one of the specialists at the centre of intelligence against terrorism and organised crime (CITCO). We will discover how they work at the CITCO to prevent the diversion of such substances for criminal use.
This week we celebrated World Radio Day and FIIAPP wanted to honour this audio medium by telling the story of the battle against a scourge that affects millions of people around the world: human trafficking. Borja Díaz and Ana Linda Solano, who are specialists with EUROsociAL+, bring us up to date on the situation and inspire us to reflect on the importance of combating corruption in public institutions and shutting down sexual exploitation networks.