Bullseye is funded by the European Internal Security Fund Police under Grant Agreement no. 815220. The project’s objective is to prepare European emergency services for a chemical or biological terrorist attack.
The project has a duration of 48 months: from 01/04/2019 until 31/03/2023.
The general objective of Bullseye is to further improve the knowledge and skills of all first responders in all EU member states on how to prevent terrorist attacks using CBRN agents and explosives by improving detection capabilities as well as on how to properly mitigate and respond in case of an emerging chemical or biological attack.
The aim of the project is to realise:
- Harmonised procedures for chemical and biological hazard for seven types of first responders in Europe;
- K9: Enhanced training facilities and training curriculum for explosive detection dogs.
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Bullseye involves seven disciplines of first responders: non-specialist police, emergency medical services, fire fighters and civil protection, specialist police, military/defence, DVI/forensics and laboratories.
During the entire project, the knowledge and experience of the military services will be used to enforce the civil procedures. This civil-military cooperation is also reflected in the composition of Bullseye’s consortium. Get to know the Bullseye project partners.