Judicial and Police Cooperation Preventing Radicalization Towards Terrorism
What is the project about?
The JP-COOPS project tackles existing gaps in counter-radicalisation policies and practices through a cross-border cooperation of training providers which strengthen and institutionalize training courses on judicial and police cooperation within a public-private framework, considering up-scalability and principle of conferral. The project will expand the existing networks through exchange of information, training contents, and best practices on countering radicalization and terrorism through the rule of the law by designing and delivering a Toolkit of the Toolkits.
The projects integrates by capitalising from ongoing projects, innovate the segment of the training on radicalisation through an extensive use of jurisdictionalistion procedures based upon the integration of different European legal instruments as basis for future policies and practices.
The project will explore the opportunities offered from recent EU legislation to deescalate tensions and de-potentiate grievances leading to recruitment and terrorism in different social environments. Promote a “Knowledge Partnership” between EJTN, CEPOL, universities, judicial and police schools and Ministries as stated in one of the flagships of the Europe 2020 Strategy. We contribute to the cooperation between CEPOL and the E-Justice Portal as part of a better coordinated effort between LEAs and Judiciary in CVE. Integrate the training activities of the partners countries with the e-Justice Portal as reference tool in the context of judicial training, in line with the provision 2.3 of the EU Security Agenda 2015 and give formal recognition to the acquired training credits through academic bodies (UFC-System) extended to the European Law Institute.
What is the role of the IPoS?
The IPoS will support the consortium in different activities, such as:
- Implementing 5 Training Living Labs (TLL) to jurisdictionalize preventive practices in all European regions for 50 interagency experts;
- Create a Handbook (1000 copies) to train trainers on the use of judiciary measures as a Risk Reduction Tool, case-law of ECtHR, CJEU, FRA and EC Guidelines;-Comprehensive Packages for Delivering Large Scale Training on Radicalisation composed by 5 new training modules framed within the HERMES LMS;
- Implement 2 ToT (26 particpants) and 56 Interagency Training Courses, to strengthen the existing network of National Trainers (= 675 particants) to reinforce Police and Judicial Cooperation aimed at the Prevention of Radicalisation in 26 MSs;
- International Dissemination: 1 Intl Conference+Multimedia Campaign
1. Address gaps in JHA cross-border cooperation through the expansion and coordination of existing training networks.
2. Design new innovative legal training contents.
3. Deliver up-scalable and modular Toolkit of the Toolkit to accommodate national differences to counter radicalization while enhancing Fundamental Rights.
TYPE OF PEOPLE BENEFITING FROM THE PROJECT:
113 Judge, court, investigative judge, public prosecutors, juvenile judges and prosecutors, and, to a lesser extent, lawyers (for this last target group the training focus will be the Stockholm Roadmap);
500 Prison staff and surveillance judges/courts, mostly on Framework Decisions FD909/829/947 and investigative activities in prison delegated by prosecutor offices (Directive 2104/41/EU);
1000 practitioners including judges, prosecutors, lawyers and prison directors will receive the Handbook electronically or in print version.
- UNIVERSITY OF MALTA (Malta) - Coordinator;
- EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY CYPRUS
- AGENFOR (Italy)
- Center for the Study of Democracy (CDS)
- Department of Security Technologies and Engineering
- HfÖV/IPoS (Germany)
- Institut for European Studies (Belgium)
- Observatory on Good Governance (Spain)
Find more information about the project: www.jpcoopsproject.eu
Funding Scheme: JUST-JTRA-EJTR-AG-2017
Grant Agreement No: 807032
Duration: 43 month, Start: 01.01.2019
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