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In this policy paper we will investigate the various policy and legislative measures on Community-Oriented Policing taken by the EU Member States.
  • European Union
  • Community-oriented policing
  • EUCPN Output
  • Policy paper
  • Policy
  • 2019
The project purpose is to develop criteria which can be used in evaluations of interventions aiming to reduce radicalisation tendencies and to provide a standardised instrument which can be used in the area of secondary and tertiary prevention (de-radicalisation).
  • Germany
  • Radicalisation
  • Good practice
  • 2019
Through this federal programme the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth promotes civil participation and democratic behavior at local, regional and national level. Associations, projects and initiatives which are dedicated to promoting democracy and diversity and work against right-wing extremism, racism, antisemitism, Islamic extremism and other forms of hostility to democracy and inhuman behaviour, against violence, hatred and radicalisation, are supported by the federal programme.
  • Germany
  • Radicalisation
  • Good practice
  • 2019
MINDb4ACT aims to improve the current counter-violent extremism policies, generate new ones and connect law enforcement agencies (LEAs) and other practitioners working in the field or counter-violent radicalization. As an outcome MINDb4ACT will deliver policy recommendations extracted from validated results obtained from four kinds of interventions (research actions, exchanges among LEAs, strategic-policy exercises, training courses and pilot projects) with contributions from technology industry, social innovation and civic engagement schemes.
  • Germany
  • Radicalisation
  • Good practice
  • 2019
In January 2017, the project of Confine - Towards operational cooperation on local administrative financial investigations in the fight against human trafficking - was launched. This project is financed by the ISF-Police Fund of the European Union. It’s a collaboration between the city of Antwerp (Belgium), the city of Genk (Belgium), RIEC Zeeland-West Brabant (Netherlands) and the University of Leuven (Belgium). This is the manual that resulted from the project.
  • European Union
  • Trafficking in human beings
  • Good practice
  • 2019