SURVEILLE publications for public dissemination

SURVEILLE was an interdisciplinary research project where most partners were academic institutions. Much of the work was based on scenarios developed to represent real or possible usage situations of surveillance technologies which were then assessed from a range of different scholarly perspectives. Every deliverable mentions its responsible authors who in each case represented one or more scientific disciplines. The results presented in the deliverables flow from the research conducted by the respective authors and does not entail endorsement by all other project partners. This is true also for the two end-user partners of the project (EFUS and MERPOL) that provided valuable input and comments into the process but that were not asked to endorse the findings made through the research.

WP2 – Survey of surveillance technologies

D2.1 Survey of surveillance technologies, including their specific identification for further work in SURVEILLE WPs 3-5.

D2.2.Paper with Input from End Users

D2.3 Paper by Local Authorities End Users

D2.4 Paper establishing the classification of technologies on the basis of their intrusiveness into fundamental rights

D2.6 Matrix of Surveillance Technologies

D2.7 Update of D2.1 on the basis of input of other partners

D2 8 SURVEILLE Paper on a Terrorism Prevention Scenario

SURVEILLE NSA paper based on D2.8

D2.9 Consolidated survey of surveillance technologies


WP3 – Perceptions and effectiveness of surveillance

D3.1 Report describing the design of the research apparatus for the European-level study of perceptions

D3.2 Review of European level studies on perceptions

D3.3 System effectiveness efficiency and satisfaction assessment

D3.3b System Effectiveness and Efficiency-Data Protection

D3.4 Design of a research methodology for assessing

D3.6 Report on methodology and criteria for incorporating perception issues

D3.8 Report combining results of all effectiveness research

D3.9 Final Report of WP3


WP4: Law and Ethics of Surveillance Technologies

D4.1 The use of surveillance technologies for the prevention and investigation of serious crimes

D4.2 Paper on legal issues related to the use of surveillance data for profiling

D4.3 Comparative law paper on data retention regulation in a sample of EU member states

D4.4 Ethics and surveillance in authoritarian and liberal states

D4.5 Surveillance the moral presumption of innocence

D4.6 Report of Project Meeting No. 4

D4.7 The scope of the right to privacy in public places

D4.8. Ethical analysis of the right to privacy in different locations

D4.9.Ethical case study on profiling at the border

D4.10 Synthesis report from WP4

WP5 – Stakeholder Interaction

D5.1 Report of Project Meeting No 1

D5.2 Report of First Three Interactions with Law Enforcement Professionals in a Training Context

D5.3 Report of Second Annual Forum for Decision-Makers

D5.4 Report of Final Three Interactions with Law Enforcement Professionals in a Training Context

D5.5 Report of the Third Annual Forum for Decision-Makers

D5.9 Report incorporating evaluation data of the Advisory Service

D5.10 Summary of the Advice of the Advisory Service


WP6 – Dissemination

D6.3 Coordinator’s first report on SURVEILLE dissemination work

D6.4 Coordinator’s second report on SURVEILLE dissemination work

D6.5 Coordinator’s third report on SURVEILLE dissemination work

D6.6 Report of Final Conference


SURVEILLE Briefing Note

SURVEILLE Policy Brief