Work areas

Pol-PRIMETT II is split into seven areas of work and each area is led by a partner organisation.

  1. Project management - led by the National Crime Agency
    To ensure Pol-PRIMETT II is well managed, delivering outputs and outcomes on time and within budget
  2. Understanding the involvement of organised crime - led by the National Crime Agency
    To increase knowledge and intelligence concerning the involvement of organised crime groups and their relationship to the supply and export of stolen metals
  3. Legislation and voluntary codes of practice - led by the Gendarmerie Nationale
    To understand differences in legislation in Member States; its implementation and impact; to examine voluntary codes of practice and their impact in partner countries and other Member States
  4. Developing and sharing good practice - led by British Transport Police
    To develop and share good practice in all aspects of preventing and deterring metal theft; employing a range of formats and tactics to safeguard communities, businesses and state interests
  5. Identifying gaps in knowledge and intelligence - led by Agenfor Lombardia
    To utilise the research model from Pol-PRIMETT to develop techniques and processes which identify gaps in knowledge and intelligence, which are effective within individual Member States and transnationally across borders
  6. Encouraging public-private collaboration - led by Guarda Nacional Republicana
    To build on the successful public-private partnership developed in Pol-PRIMETT, assess the levels of public-private collaboration within individual Member States and where appropriate introduce strategies which facilitate and enhance joint working
  7. Communication, dissemination and evaluation - led by People United Against Crime
    To influence key players and opinion formers and raise the profile of the issue of metal theft and the challenges it poses for safeguarding communities, businesses and states