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Final Report: “Intervention response to violent radicalization within the probation system: identifying the challenges and the needs of the SPIPs professionals, and support to adapt practices”

Author(s) : CIPC, Direction de l'administration pénitentiaire de France

 

The International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC) carried out a research-action over 18 months in collaboration with the French Penitentiary Administration (DAP) in order to develop 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) within the probation system. This project was developed in three pilot sites: Grenoble, Lyon and Nice. This “intervention response” is understood as a set of actions and initiatives implemented at the institutional level to counter violent radicalization, namely:

 

·         A decision-making support system in the process of identifying and reporting individuals who have been or are being radicalized. For this purpose, the following products were developed by the research-action:

 

-          An Identification and Reporting Protocol for individuals who have initiated a process of radicalization leading to violence, and

 -          A Semi-Structured Interview Guide for the Identification of individuals who have initiated a process of radicalization leading to violence.

 

·         A support system for individuals who are at risk or are already radicalized. For this component, three different actions were developed:

 

-          Two collective actions, one of which is primary-secondary prevention (Vivre Ensemble) and the other is secondary-tertiary prevention (CODE), as well as

 -          An individual program for the prevention of recidivism (Accordéon).

 

This research-action is a world first. Never has a project of such magnitude been implemented within the probation system. Violent radicalization although very popular remains very difficult to apprehend. This is the reason why this research-action is quite unique considering its very great ambition that is to think of and create identification and support procedures and methods.

 

This Report is aiming to present the work achieved from July 4, 2016 to December 31, 2017, by pilot research units (mainly professionals of the Ministry of Justice and the ICPC) in the framework of the project: “Intervention response to violent radicalization within the probation system: identifying the challenges and the needs of the SPIPs professionals, and support to adapt practices”.

 

This report describes the methodology used, developed products, the results of the process evaluation and the impact of this approach as well as the actions implemented.

 

The Report is available in French.



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