ROXANNE Real time netwOrk, teXt and speaker ANalytics for combating orgaNized crimE



ROXANNE (Real time network, text, and speaker analytics for combating organized crime) is an EU funded collaborative research and innovation project, aiming to unmask criminal networks and their members as well as to reveal the true identity of perpetrators by combining the capabilities of speech/language technologies and visual analysis with network analysis.

ROXANNE collaborates with Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), industry and researchers to develop new tools to speed up investigative processes and support LEA decision-making. The end-product will be an advanced technical platform which uses new tools to uncover and track organized criminal networks, underpinned by a strong legal framework.

The project consortium comprises 25 European organisations from 16 countries while 11 of them are LEAs from 10 different countries.

Investigating criminal networks with new technologies

ROXANNE (Real time network, text, and speaker analytics for combating organized crime) from Jessica Beck


Save the date: ROXANNE’s third field test is coming in October @ INTERPOL’s premises! by Duszynska-Trojanowska, Anna — last modified May 24, 2022
After our two previous successful field tests in October 2020 and 2021 during which we demonstrated the latest capabilities of the ROXANNE platform, we would like to invite you to SAVE THE DATE for our third and final field test hosted by INTERPOL on 6th of October 2022.
ROXANNE Ethical, Legal, and Societal Issues Surveys by Duszynska-Trojanowska, Anna — last modified May 18, 2022
We take ethical and legal compliance and societal acceptability seriously in ROXANNE. To that end, we are publishing edited versions of our ethical, legal, and societal analysis so that experts and ordinary citizens can take a look and respond.
ROXANNE at FORMOBILE final conference by Duszynska-Trojanowska, Anna — last modified May 11, 2022

Project details


Real Time Network, Text, And Speaker Analytics For Combating Organized Crime

Type of Action:

Research & Innovation Action


SU-FCT02-2018-2019-2020 (Technologies to enhance the fight against crime and terrorism)

Grant Number:


Total Cost:

7 M €

EC Contribution:

7 M €

Start Date:

September 2019

End Date:

December 2022


40 Months

Project Coordinator:

IDIAP, Switzerland



Get in Touch

Project Coordinator: Petr Motlicek

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Work Programme for research and innovation 2018-2020, under grant agreement n°833635 "Disclaimer: the document reflects only the author's views and the European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein."