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A joint twinning project „Strengthening the Institutional Capacity of Personnel Training Centres of the Penal Institutions in Turkey“ between Finland, Estonia and Turkey in 2022. Click here to read the full description about the EU twinning project.
Among other activities, some handbooks and manuals were developed: (more…)
This manual aims to assist criminal justice practitioners to ensure that community-based measures are used effectively and do not discriminate against minority or marginalised groups, or those that experience vulnerability in the criminal justice system due to specific personal characteristics, background or circumstances. (more…)
These recommendations and guidelines are intended to serve as an initial guideline at the time of disclosure or discovery of sexual violence experienced by children and adolescents (CA) and are focused on two groups: a) the family and people close to the CA and b) the teams of professionals that are accompanying them from the revelation, with a clear purpose of reducing secondary victimization. (more…)
The European Prison Rules, developed by the Council of Europe, set out standards on the management of prisons and the treatment of people in prison. They apply in all 47 Council of Europe countries and provide critical guidance to prison staff on how to protect and safeguard the human rights of people in prison – from admission to release. (more…)
This Handbook is one of a series of tools developed by UNODC to support countries in the implementation of the rule of law and the development of criminal justice reform. (more…)
The following documents are modules on leadership and management that are used at the National Correctional Administration Academy (ENAP). The modules are in French language.
The three Special Interest Groups (SIGs) developed training manuals based on European and international minimum standards. The topics of these training manuals are Leadership & Management, Dynamic Security and Managing Difficult Inmates. Within each topic, best practices, a training handbook and a recommendation of the minimum standards have been developed. All reports are available in English, French, German, Spanish and Italian. A printable version and guidelines to print the training manuals is available here.
Publication and compilation of these document were made possible with the financial support of the European Union’s Justice Programme (2014- 2020), as part of the project ‘Tackling Gaps in Cross-Border Cooperation for Penitentiary Training Academies’, which was coordinated by the Netherlands Helsinki Committee (NHC). (more…)
Click here to view the full report in ENG, ES and FR.
For some years now, methods for managing people in detention have been rethought to be in line with legislative changes (the French “prison law” of 24 November 2009 on the meaning of the sentence; the French law of 15 August 2014 on the purposes of serving a sentence). (more…)
Pedagogy must keep up with modern times and communication of students in vocational training. The “serious game” is an illustration of how teaching methods continue to evolve. It makes it possible to involve students through a playful approach. (more…)
Click here or on the image to view the infographic “Choosing one’s professional positioning”:
To view the full report on Professional Conduct in French, “Un code de déontologie du service public pénitentiaire”, click on the image.
This is a compilation of testimonials, infographics and best practices on dynamic security. The booklet is available in English, French and Spanish, compiled by National Correctional Administration Academy (ENAP).
Click below to download the booklets.
This catalogue compiles all research carried out integrally or partially financed by the Centre for Legal Studies and Specialised Training since 1987. (more…)
Through an Online Stress Management and Resilience Program, the International Association for Human Values Peacebuilding (IAHV) provides tools that you can quickly put into practice to help sustain you during this time and to improve stress management, personal resilience, wellbeing, performance capacity and prevent burn-out. IAHV is now offering this program free of charge to frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This document is an outline of a training course written by Gary Hill, who has helped write training manuals for correctional workers in more than 40 nations. The material used here has been gathered by a review of more than 100 training programs conducted in individual Correctional Staff institutions, training academies and educational institutions around the world. (more…)
This document has been drafted on the basis of the document produced in October 2017, presenting training in the fight
against radicalization for prison management, surveillance, rehabilitation and probation staff.
Click here to view the ENAP Training on Radicalisation.
The training guides for the different professional penal execution collectives use highly innovatory methodologies, since they perform a systematic task of indentifying professional competences, which are directly related to the behaviours considered indispensable for carrying out the activity correctly. (more…)
EuroPris has cooperated with the Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN) to collect trainings that were developed in a number of European Prison Services dealing with radicalisation issues. (more…)
Management of the prison institutions is very demanding and responsible job, because of the exceptional complexity of such institutions, as well as their specific position in society. (more…)
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