CoESS/APROSER - White Book on the Socio-Economic Added Value of Private Security Services
CoESS and APROSER launch 4th White Book: the Socio-Economic Added Value of Private Security Services
(Written by Prof. Dr. Marc Cools in cooperation with CoESS and Aproser)
This Fourth CoESS White Paper builds on the earlier impetus of those that have preceded it.
The content of this Fourth CoESS White Paper does not break with the themes of its predecessors. This time we focus more, mostly from an economic perspective, on the added value of private security services in Europe. The core of this White Paper refers to the need for new ideas that are legitimately supported by existing
CoESS is partner in the METPROM Project
METPROM stands for Modular Enhanced Training Programme for European Maritime Security Personnel.The main aim of the METPROM Project is to transfer the innovation already developed for the maritime security training and simulation based modules, in order to fill the security gaps created as the result of increased complex operational activities in ports which are vital for the timely conduct of shipping that more than 90 % of the world trade depend on.
CoESS will take the lead of Work Package 7 of the proposed project. It will oversee, support and coordinate the dissemination, exploitation and valorisation of the project. CoESS is fully committed to support the project when and where needed so as to ensure a successful project outcome and will assist – within the framework of its means and objectives – partners in their respective work packages.