Developing innovative approaches to and instruments for risk assessment in order to increase the prediction of re-assault and to promote the safety and security of victims of domestic violence
In the two-year project the main activities are:
- Conducting a comprehensive needs analysis to gather information on existing risk assessment tools, legal aspects related to risk assessment, safety planning, legal implications, and available training for women survivors.
- Developing a European Manual on Risk Assessment composed by several sections, such as guidelines and tools for implementing risk assessment, safety plans, good practice examples, available resources, legal and criminal systems;
- Developing training modules for professionals;
- Developing training modules for women survivors to promote their recovery, empowerment and autonomy.
- Four partner institutions from four European countries
- Project coordination: AMCV, Lisbon, Portugal
- Funded by the EU Criminal Justice Programme
- Duration: 06/11 – 05/13
Further information: http://e-maria.eu