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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.
Dynamic Security Training Handbook
The purpose of this handbook is to illustrate how staff training can contribute to achieving the mind-set and culture needed to establish dynamic security practices in correctional services. Furthermore, the handbook serves as a guideline for developing a training curriculum with training components, topics and methods that are relevant and conducive to dynamic security.
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Best Practices in Dynamic Security Training
This document is a collection of practices on dynamic security training from five European countries. The document describes different ways in which dynamic security can be addressed and how to include them in a classroom setting.
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Minimum Standards for Dynamic Security Training
This report describes the minimum requirements for education and training on the subject of dynamic security for prison staff. Establishing dynamic security as a concept and working method will affect the entire organization and have an impact on its values, objectives, structure and methods. Setting minimum standards can therefore be very complex. While there are several other topics relevant to dynamic security, this report presents those that are believed to be most fundamental to successfully achieving the proper level of dynamic security and which, at the same time, are based on international rules and guidelines.
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*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).
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Supported by the Justice Programme of the European Union