PROTASIS Project presented to members of the Judiciary in Greece

In May 14, 2018

PROTASIS Project presented to members of the Judiciary in Greece

PROTASIS Project – Police Training Skills

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

A training seminar for Judges and Prosecutors was succefully organised by the National Centre of Public and Local Administration (EKDDA), as part of the Cooperation Agreement between EKDDA, the Probation Officers’ Association of Juvenile Courts in Greece and the ‘Restorative Justice & Mediation’ Lab of Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. The seminar took place on 27-28 April 2018, with the participation of over 25 Judges and Prosecutors. The aim of the seminar was to raise awareness and inform the participants regarding the implementation of restorative practices as an educative measure for juvenile deliquents. The realisation of the seminar was a continuation of the training seminars for Juvenile Probation Officers on restorative justice, which were condected during September – November 2017.

During the training seminars for the judges and prosecutors, as well as for the juvenile probation officers, the training of Police Officers regarding the needs of victims of violence, issues regarding the implementation of Law 4478/2017 (Part 4) which harmosises the national legal framework with the Victims’ Directive were raised. More specifically, the needs of crime victims and the training needs of all key-stakeholders who contact victims of crime were highlighted, while the objectives and activities of the PROTASIS project, and the training for Greek police officers regarding the needs of the victims of violence were also presented.


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