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ICPC’s new project in collaboration with the Department of Penitentiary Administration (DAP), France - Intervention and prevention response to violent radicalization within the probation system

 

The objective of this 18-month project is to supervise the implementation of an intervention response for individuals who have been radicalized or are in the process of radicalization within the Penitentiary Services for Integration and Probation (SPIP) in the probation system. This “intervention response” is understood as a set of actions and initiatives implemented at the institutional level to counter violent radicalization, namely:

 

  • Identification of people who have been radicalized or are in the process of radicalization
  • Reporting procedure both internally and with relevant institutions and,
  • Follow-up with the radicalized individuals once they are identified.

ICPC has begun an action-research with three SPIP in Lyon, Grenoble and Nice, that will develop experimentally, assess and systematize prevention and intervention practices through the development of methodological materials so the DAP can set guidelines to direct the SPIP’s action within the probation system.

 

A summary of the project is available in French.