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Between 13 and 24 September this year, civil servants with special status in the penitentiary administration system participate in training, held at the National Administration of Penitentiaries (ANP) Training Center in Moldova.
This first evaluation report presents the result of a first evaluation activity done at the end of the PO21 kick-off meeting (13th and 14th February 2020). The aim of this activity was to hear from the partners regarding their experience during the face-to-face project meeting as well as understand how they see the project in what concerns
Criminal justice professionals’ role is highlighted in effective and timely prevention, identification, management and rehabilitation of violent extremists or terrorist offenders. This is especially relevant in the prison, probation, law enforcement, and judicial contexts, whose professionals range from frontline to decision-makers dealing with the phenomenon. Once such is recognised, it becomes imperative for justice professionals to have proper training.
Australia’s largest corrections jurisdiction has released a ground-breaking new podcast, which takes listeners on a journey into what it’s like to work inside prisons and parole offices in New South Wales.
ICPA’s President – Peter Severin spoke at the 14th UN Crime Congress special event on the impact of Covid-19 in prison settings: mitigating risks and building back better. This special event was part of the 14th Crime Congress, held under the overall theme “Advancing crime prevention, criminal justice and the rule of law: towards the achievement of the 2030 Agenda”, and brought together more than 5,000 participants from all over the world.
For the majority of the Australian public, television news reports of an offender being sentenced in court and led into a prison van are the final images they have of the justice system. Little are they aware that it’s when the offenders arrive at prison that the journey to safely manage and rehabilitate them begins.
The lockdown at HMP Stocken hasn’t been easy. The staff and residents have pulled together by doing charity work, forums, bacon sandwich Friday’s, competitions and even a book club. This aside, there have been some dark times for the residents and staff.