EUCPN Newsletter November 2016

This is the EUCPN Newsletter of February 2016.

Editorial

Research and publications

  • Europol: The Internet Organised Crime Threat Assessment (IOCTA) 2016
  • THE INTERNATIONAL JUVENILE JUSTICE OBSERVATORY (IJJO): Building a Europe for and with children, Issue 2 (October 2016)
  • THE INTERNATIONAL JUVENILE JUSTICE OBSERVATORY (IJJO): Mediation, mentoring and peer-support to reduce youth violence: A systematic review
  • THE INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRIME (ICPC): 5th International Report on Crime Prevention and Community Safety: Cities and the New Urban Agenda
  • THE INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRIME (ICPC): Study on “Preventing Radicalization: A Systematic Review”
  • EUROPEAN FORUM FOR URBAN SECURITY (EFUS): Preventing and Fighting Radicalisation at the Local Level
  • EUROPEAN UNION AGENCY FOR FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS (FRA): Key migration issues: one year on from initial reporting
  • EUROPEAN MONITORING CENTRE FOR DRUGS AND DRUG ADDICTION (EMCDDA): How can contingency management support treatment for substance use disorders? A systematic review
  • ESPAD: Report 2015 — Results from the European School Survey Project on Alcohol and Other Drugs
  • TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL: Was it worth it? Assessing Government Promises at the 2016 Anti-Corruption Summit
  • EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT: Report on the implementation of the Common Security and Defence Policy (based on the Annual Report from the Council to the European Parliament on the Common Foreign and Security Policy)
  • EUROPEAN FORUM FOR RESTORATIVE JUSTICE: IVOR Implementing victim-oriented reform of the criminal justice system in the European Union – Portuguese Association for Victim Support APAV, 2016)
  • PROTON PROJECT: ‘Modelling the Processes leading to Organised crime and TerrOrist Networks.’ – ‘It is possible to predict the evolution of mafia and terrorism groups’.

Member States' good practices

  • MALTA: Talk programme in regards of crime prevention to elderly people in all the Day Care Centres of Malta
  • SLOVAKIA: Third Age University – Seniors trained by the Police
  • LATVIA :Taking Crime Prevention in Latvia to the next level
  • HUNGARY: To live prepared as a visually impaired
  • IRELAND: Ireland - Joint Agency Response to Crime (JARC)

Events