25 results
The Programme aims to promote the social inclusion of children and young people aged from 6-24 years old, living in the most vulnerable communities, particularly immigrants descendants and ethnic minorities. The Programme also outreaches the families, teachers and the community in general.
  • Portugal
  • General crime prevention
  • Initiatives
  • Youth
  • Offenders
This project aims to prevent crime and incivilities amongst students and in school surroundings. Crime investigation units and proximity policing teams of Portuguese Public Security aim to tackle anti-social behaviour and crime suspects and thereby help to improve school community safety.
  • Portugal
  • Drugs/alcohol
  • Other OPC
  • Initiatives
  • ECPA
  • Youth
  • Offenders
  • 2005
Project IUNO — awareness-raising and information on domestic and sexual violence was developed by the Portuguese Association for Victim Support.
  • Portugal
  • Domestic violence
  • Sexual violence
  • Initiatives
  • ECPA
  • Campaign
  • Victims
  • 2007
The CUAI Initiative aims to promote an integrated and comprehensive territorial approach by piloting a new governance model for urban renewal, in critical urban areas. It includes a strong and strategic co-ordination involving inter-ministerial co-operation, as well as the organization of the necessary projects and actions through the cooperation of local partners.
  • Portugal
  • Community-oriented policing
  • General crime prevention
  • Initiatives
  • ECPA
  • Situation
  • 2010
The National Republican Guard (GNR) recognizes the crimes committed against women, children, elderly people, disabled and other particularly vulnerable victims as some of the most sensitive issues within the framework of criminal investigation. On one hand, these types of crimes are interrelated with the shame felt by the victims, the re-victimization due to police investigations efforts and the special susceptibility of its victims.
  • Portugal
  • Domestic violence
  • General crime prevention
  • Initiatives
  • Victims
  • 2015