PROTASIS Project – Police Training Skills

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







PROTASIS Project is Co-funded by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme of the European Union

The Project has a duration of 24 months, namely from the 1st December 2016 until the 30th November 2018.

PROTASIS is proposed in line with the Daphne strand under the Dg Justice grants.
The project aims to contribute to the effective, sufficient and sustainable implementation of the Victims’ Directive, strengthening the protection of and the support for victims of crime through the development and implementation of an inclusive module for capacity building and training of police officers, based on existing research and relevant European projects and exchange of good practices, and through the promotion of coherent referral systems including signposting victims to more specialist support services.
In the context of PROTASIS project, EuroCrime wil be responsible of the following tasks:
– Organization of Capacity Building and Training to Police Officers in Italy (Activity 3 of Workstream 2 “Capacity Building and Training Delivery”);
– Scientific Intermediate Evaluation of the training program (Activity 1 of Workstream 3 “Training evaluation and impact assessment”
EuroCrime will collaborate with all partners for the development of the other project’s activities.

The PROTASIS project presents the following 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 Coordinator and the Co-beneficiaries will be supported in the implementation of the action by three Associate Partners:

– Dias in Action – Greece

The Ministry of Internal Affairs – Portugal;

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire, Barpenden Police Station – United Kingdom.

The total cost of the action is EUR 320.450,08.
The European Commission shall contribute a maximum of EUR 256.360,06, equivalent to 80,00% of the estimated total eligible costs.

The Work Visit and Steering Group Meeting of the project hold from the 24th to the 26th January 2017 in London.

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