Reducing Influences that Radicalise Prisoners (RIRP)
Lead Partner: London Probation Trust Aim of the RIPR project: to identify good practice in reducing the influences that radicalise prisoners and develop a training programme for staff working in corrections with offenders vulnerable to radicalisation. This EU funded project addresses the training and awareness-raising needs of criminal justice staff working in Prisons and in … Continued
Strengthening Transnational Approaches to Reduce Reoffending (STARR)
Lead Partner: London Probation Trust Aim of the STARR project: to offer an EU-wide view on What Works in reducing offending, to identify and develop models of good practice, with an initial emphasis on 3 priority areas (youth crime, domestic violence, drugs& alcohol abuse), and to develop evidence-based processes for identifying and sharing good practice … Continued
Circles: Together for Safety
Lead Partner: Avans University of Applied Sciences (NL) Aim of the Circles project: to study the conditions for the successful introduction of an innovative and effective method to monitor sex offenders in the community. Countries involved: the Netherlands, Belgium, UK To download the European Handbook on the impementation of COSA, click here.
Developing Offender Management In Corrections In Europe (DOMICE)
Lead Partner: National Offender Management Service (UK) Aim of the DOMICE project: to improve mutual knowledge and exchange best practice in integrated Case Management in all European Prison and Probation administrations. Countries involved: UK, Bulgaria, Denmark, the Netherlands, Spain EU funding programme: criminal justice funding programme (JPEN) Click on the link to read the Domice … Continued
Improving knowledge and practice of restorative justice (in criminal matters) by international comparative research
Lead partner: Schleswig-Holsteinischer Verband für soziale Strafrechtspflege (D) Aim of the project: to identify and to exchange best practices in restorative justice. Countries involved: Germany, Estonia, Hungary, UK, Russia + European Forum for Restorative Justice EU funding programme: criminal justice funding programme (JPEN) Click here to go to the project website.
Developing the Use of Technical Tools in Cross-Border Resettlement (DUTT)
Lead partner: London Probation Trust Aim of the DUTT project: in preparation for the Framework Decisions 2008/947 & 2008/909 to trial and study the effectiveness of two specific technical tools: video-conference technology (VCT) and touch screen facility (TSF) to improve access to resettlement information for offenders. Countries involved: UK, Latvia, the Netherlands EU funding programme: … Continued