Organized crime and terrorist networks are major threats for the European Union and its societies. First-line-practitioners such as teachers, social workers, youth worker, (mental) health care workers and community police officers are key players in early prevention and identification of radicalisation, terrorist activities and crime.

The platform provides latest information and knowledge, practical guidelines and useful supporting tools for first-line-practitioners and the public in order to facilitate collaborative activities against radicalization, terrorism and organized crime.

The toolkit, provided by the TAKEDOWN, project aims at supporting first-line-practitioners, who are looking for an intuitive compilation of relevant resources related to radicalization, violent extremism, terrorism, organized crime and cybercrime. The toolkit helps them to reduce the large amount of information by allowing them to choose from a variety of areas and challenges. A dedicated dashboard provides them with a set of

similar cases and relevant practices,

related public services,

apps and tools,

knowledge articles and

further external resources.

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TAKEDOWN Project is an EU-project for developing effective and efficient security solutions against organised crime and terrorist networks. More information about the project can be found at

TAKEDOWN has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No. 700688.