In September the First Knowledge Oriented Seminar developed by the PROTASIS Project

In August 9, 2017

PROTASIS Project – Police Training Skills

(Grant Agreement JUST/2015/RDAP/AG/VICT/9318)

In September the First Knowledge Oriented Seminar developed by the PROTASIS Project

The Protasis Training module consists of three sections, dedicated to the victims of crime and their treatment by the Police:

  1. Knowledge Oriented Seminar
  2. Skills’ Oriented workshops
  3. Signposting and Referral Pathways Development Seminar, with the participation of organizations and local associations in charge of supporting victims of crime and violence.

The Training Module will be repeated for three times and a total number of 70 police officers will be trained in each participating country (Italy, Greece and Portugal). The Italian Sessions are managed by the Italian project partners: EUROCRIME srl and SIPL (Interregional School for Local Police).

The First Knowledge Oriented Seminar will take place in Riccione during the event “The Days of Local Police – National Congress and Expo of Technologies and Products”, at the SIPL stand on the 22 September 2017 and it will be trained by Mr. Silvia Ciotti of EUROCRIME.

SIPL and EUROCRIME planned the 3 training sessions according to the following calendar:

First Session

22 September 2017, 4 hours, by EuroCrime, Riccione

29 September 2017, 4 hours, by EuroCrime, Riccione

06 October 2017, 8 hours, by SIPL, Riccione

13 October 2017, 4 hours, by SIPL/Eurocrime, Riccione

Second Session

20 October 2017, 8 hours, by EuroCrime, Modena

27 October 2017, 8 hours, by SIPL, Modena

03 November 2017, 4 hours, by SIPL/EurocCrime, Modena

Third Session

17 November 2017, 8 hours, by EuroCrime, Lucca

24 November 2017, 8 hours, by SIPL, Lucca

01 Dicember 2017, 4 hours, by SIPL/EuroCrime, Lucca.

Visit the PROTASIS Project website: https://protasis-project.eu

The project is Co-funded by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme of the European Union

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