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This project has been carried out with the financial support of the Criminal Justice Programme of the European Union.
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Project's Description

JCN Project

Justice Cooperation Network
European treatment and Transition management of High Risk Offenders

Project number: JUST/2011/JPEN/AG2943

The objective of the JCN Justice Cooperation Network project is to develop a European network for best practice ‎of ‎‎transition management of prisoners leaving custody with a focus on high risk ‎offenders. ‎This includes the development of reports as well as of a model for handling high ‎risk offenders.

The project JCN Justice Cooperation Network is funded by the European Commission in the framework of the Criminal Justice Programme.
Project Activities
The project is organized in 5 main activities:
  • Development of a common and mutual understanding of definitions in the field of high ‎risk offenders ‎and transition management.
  • Comparison of existing systems of transition management. The intention is to carry out a comparative analysis of national programmes and elements of transition management systems in the partner countries involved in the JCN project.‎
  • Analysis of the existing ‎programmes in the partner countries and identification of best practice.
  • Development of a model and standards for handling high ‎risk offenders.
  • Sharing the findings of the project with countries beyond the project partners.
Expected Results
  • Organization of transnational workshops in Germany, Estonia, Finland, Ireland. Four workshops organized in the partner countries, with specific purposes:
    • Workshop 1 (Tallin, Estonia): to assess the state of the art on the existing national services in the field of high risk offenders and transition management
    • Workshop 2 (Dublin, Ireland): to compare existing systems of transition management in the partner countries.
    • Workshop 3 (Helsinki, Finland): to identify best practice.
    • Workshop 4 (Schwerin, Germany): to develop a model for handling high risk offenders.
  • Report entitled “Common Understanding of Terms and Definitions” on the topic of high risk offenders and transition management.
  • Report entitled “Transnational Comparative Analysis of Transition Management Strategies”.
  • Report entitled “Best Practice Strategies and Programmes for dealing with high risk offenders and for the desired continuity of treatment as well as for transition management”.
  • Model and Standards for handling high risk offenders.
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