The uniqueness of the IcARUS project lies in the association of four components: the methodology used, the focus areas tackled, the production of a toolkit and the composition of the consortium. In this regard, IcARUS presents synergies with other EU-funded projects which are also focused on the same priority areas. The expertise and results developed in the context of these projects will benefit IcARUS.
The objective of the CCI project is to allow the police and other authorities, both local and national, in particular those responsible for security policies, to reduce the impact of petty crime and, as far as possible, prevent it altogether. The project focuses essentially on petty crime that has a negative impact upon citizens – violent assault, burglary, theft and antisocial behaviour – and that which creates an atmosphere of insecurity. CCI will design, develop and demonstrate four Toolkits covering: (i) predictive policing; (ii) community policing; (iii) crime prevention through urban design and planning; and (iv) measuring and mitigating citizens’ feelings of insecurity.
The project aims to strengthen local authorities’ capabilities in public spaces protection by putting in place an overarching concept where tools, technology, training and field demonstrations will lead to situational awareness and improve direct responses to secure public places before, during and after a terrorist threat.
The project aims to build the capacities of cities and local actors in the field of the security of public spaces vulnerable to terrorist threats among others.It will draw conclusions from lessons learnt and create training materials for security forces, information tools for citizens and guidelines for local authorities to build up knowledge on how to design better policies to secure public spaces.
The project’s objective is to raise awareness among local actors and strengthen their capacity to reduce individual and collective vulnerability to radicalisation while at the same time mitigating the phenomenon of polarisation.
Secu4All seeks to strengthen the capabilities of local and regional authorities in ensuring the security of public spaces and the protection of soft targets (i.e. sport venues, shopping malls, schools, transport systems…) against potential risks. The Led by Efus, the two-year long project will provide training to local and regional authorities to provide them with adequate knowledge and tools in order for them to be able to cooperate with a broad range of local stakeholders from both the public and private sector. Secu4All intends to do just that: it will develop training content providing local authorities with theoretical and practical knowledge so that they can improve their local prevention actions or programmes to safeguard their public spaces against risks.
The project aimed at mobilizing professionals’ network to characterize radicalisation leading to violence and produce prevention tools and practices. PRACTICIES worked in particular on better understanding communication processes that promote or limit the spread of hate speech among young people, whether in public, community, family or virtual spaces (social networks, etc.). It also aimed to identify good intervention or prevention practices that address violent radicalisation at European, national and local level. And ultimately to develop effective actions and innovative tools to fight radicalisation.
Policy recommendation and improved communication tools for law enforcement and security agencies preventing violent radicalisation. The overall aim of the project was to develop a comprehensive approach to prevent and counter violent radicalisation and extremism. The project is especially dedicated to transitional processes of radicalisation.
This project aimed at enhancing population and LEAs relations and helping understand their role. results will be essential to the project in order to ensure co-production and participation of all stakeholders in the definition of the tools.
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