PROTASIS Project – EuroCrime is going to participate to the Second Steering Group Meeting that will take place in Lisbon (Portugal) on the 11th May 2017

In April 28, 2017

Project Protasis – Police Training Skills

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

 

PROTASIS Project – EuroCrime is going to participate to the Second Steering Group Meeting that will take place in Lisbon (Portugal) on the 11th May 2017

The PROTASIS Project is carrying out its activities and the Second Meeting among partners is organized for the 11th May at the Lisbon Law University. This will be the right occasion to give feedback and discuss the training program and material that has been produced in these months of work and to organized the Training activities planned for the autumn season in each country, with the involvement of local police forces.

We remember that PROTASIS Project is carried out by this Partnership:

– European Public Law Organization (EPLO) Greece – Coordinator of the project

– Facultade de Direito, Universitade de Lisboa – Portugal;

– Fondazione Scuola Interregionale di Polizia locale (SIPL) – Italy;

– Associação Portuguesa de Apoio à Vítima (APAV) – Portugal;

– IARS International Institute (IARS), United Kingdom;

– EuroCrime – Research, Training and Consulting SrL – Italy.

The Project presents the following Objectives:

  • Share best practices and create a victim-friendly, gender and child sensitive environment during victims’ contact with the police, aiming to enhance victim’s rights and facilitate their access to justice, while minimizing the risks of secondary victimisation and increasing victims’ satisfaction.
  • Develop, pilot and implement training material and programmes for police officers, aiming to improve and strengthen their communication skills and knowledge on how to interact with and treat victims with special needs, especially related to gender and childspecific issues.
  • Develop an information sharing framework through signposting, strengthening crosssector and multiagency cooperation in order to meet victims’ needs more effectively.

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

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