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1 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: NRGs APPROACH TO THE PHENOMENON SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

2 Overview – DV crimes registered by NRG Concept of Project IAVE Historical framework Organization Competencies Philosophy Scope of intervention Training Disclosure Evaluation Prospective Conclusion SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

3 3 SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

4 4 Project IAVE (Investigation and Support of Vulnerable Victims) was conceived by the National Republican Guard (NRG), with the aim of providing a qualified approach in tackling situations related to violence exerted upon women, children and other groups of vulnerable victims (elderly, people with disabilities, LGBT people and ethnic minorities). SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

5 5 We, people, as flowers, are different and sensitive human beings... Use the strength of your convictions to stand for your and everyone elses human rights … Contribute to empowerment, self-esteem and quality of life of those who are close to you, both on personal and professional level Project IAVE is implemented nationwide, to qualify investigations and support citizens, specially, victims NRG is a Victim Support Institution SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

6 6 Created in 2002 (after CI reorganization) Put into practice between September 2004 and May 2005 (with training for the first investigators and further assignment to District Territorial Commands Units - DTCU) II National Plan Against DV ( ) Created in 2002 (after CI reorganization) Put into practice between September 2004 and May 2005 (with training for the first investigators and further assignment to District Territorial Commands Units - DTCU) II National Plan Against DV ( ) SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

7 7 Phase I: Beginning in 2004, with training for NMUME police officers (PO) – teams in the DTCU (currently designated NIAVE) Phase II: Beginning in 2005, ended in 2008, with specialized training to 1 PO from the 243 teams at Territorial Poste levels (EII/PTer), smallest operational unit, therefore closer to citizens, namely victims Phase III: Beginning in 2005, (suppose to) end in 2011, enlarging the scope to other types of vulnerable victims, particularly elderly, people with disabilities, LGBT people and ethnic minorities, as well as training to all investigators from other EII/PTer Phase IV: Consolidation of Project IAVE, taking a step forward, from Project to Programme, in 2013 Phase I: Beginning in 2004, with training for NMUME police officers (PO) – teams in the DTCU (currently designated NIAVE) Phase II: Beginning in 2005, ended in 2008, with specialized training to 1 PO from the 243 teams at Territorial Poste levels (EII/PTer), smallest operational unit, therefore closer to citizens, namely victims Phase III: Beginning in 2005, (suppose to) end in 2011, enlarging the scope to other types of vulnerable victims, particularly elderly, people with disabilities, LGBT people and ethnic minorities, as well as training to all investigators from other EII/PTer Phase IV: Consolidation of Project IAVE, taking a step forward, from Project to Programme, in 2013 SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

8 8 24 NIAVE (18 in DTCU and 6 decentralized) 258 PTer (minimum) with IAVE training (maximum NIAVE and EII) Composition: NIAVE: 3 to 4 PO PTer: 1 PO/EII 24 NIAVE (18 in DTCU and 6 decentralized) 258 PTer (minimum) with IAVE training (maximum NIAVE and EII) Composition: NIAVE: 3 to 4 PO PTer: 1 PO/EII SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

9 9 Investigating crimes committed, essentially, against women, children, elderly and other groups of vulnerable victims, while providing them support and assistance Cooperate with judicial authorities in most critical cases, namely, through a continuous risk assessment Others that, directly or indirectly related with criminal investigation, are delegated by judicial authorities Investigating crimes committed, essentially, against women, children, elderly and other groups of vulnerable victims, while providing them support and assistance Cooperate with judicial authorities in most critical cases, namely, through a continuous risk assessment Others that, directly or indirectly related with criminal investigation, are delegated by judicial authorities SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

10 10 Functional Pyramid shape and mentality change NIAVE (intense) NIC (discrit) Un LevelSubUn levelTP Level All (Cmd, EII, Attendance, PO) (intense) Mentality Funcionality SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

11 11 Policing levelPenal-procedure levelPsychosocial level SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

12 12 Referral (Internal or External) Assistance, Counselling Protection (JA or NRG) Follow-up Attendance SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

13 13 Primary Prevention To eradicate violence To foster awareness Secondary Prevention Immediate response to DV situations Limite consequencies Terciary Prevention Support and assistance Prevent (re)occurrence SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

14 14 Prerequisite: Criminal Investigation Course; Voluntariness; Recruitment in accordance to previous qualifications IAVE Course Specialization 1 week (30h) GNR School Trainers – Institutions and Associations connected with the phenomenon - GNR; CIG; UMAR; IAC; CESIS; APAV; Ref. Aboim Ascensão; Univ. Minho; CEJ; INML; DGAI; PJ; CNPCJ Update training, with psychological evaluation Initiatives promoted by the MIA, Conferences, Seminars, Workshops and joint projects Basic, Promotion and Qualification Courses (modules, conferences) Prerequisite: Criminal Investigation Course; Voluntariness; Recruitment in accordance to previous qualifications IAVE Course Specialization 1 week (30h) GNR School Trainers – Institutions and Associations connected with the phenomenon - GNR; CIG; UMAR; IAC; CESIS; APAV; Ref. Aboim Ascensão; Univ. Minho; CEJ; INML; DGAI; PJ; CNPCJ Update training, with psychological evaluation Initiatives promoted by the MIA, Conferences, Seminars, Workshops and joint projects Basic, Promotion and Qualification Courses (modules, conferences) SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

15 15 Site Leaflets Awareness sessions (Schools, Associations, Old age homes, Town Council, NGOs…) Media (Newspapers, Magazines, televisions, radio, internet...) Victims Support Network Victims Citizens, in general Site Leaflets Awareness sessions (Schools, Associations, Old age homes, Town Council, NGOs…) Media (Newspapers, Magazines, televisions, radio, internet...) Victims Support Network Victims Citizens, in general SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

16 16 Internal Evaluation Heads of CID services Units/Subunits Commanders External Evaluation Public Prosecutor ONG Citizens Evaluation DV Victims Internal Evaluation Heads of CID services Units/Subunits Commanders External Evaluation Public Prosecutor ONG Citizens Evaluation DV Victims SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

17 17 A1 - Citizens/victims universe sample (893) Extremely satisfied/satisfied (97%) with performance, courtesy in attendance, equality treatment, clarity and quality of information provided, autonomy, flexibility and impact they have on quality of citizens lives A2 - External organizations/partners universe sample (369) Extremely satisfied/satisfied (72%) with the possibility of having more than one communication channel, qualified attendance, information and assistance, participation of investigators in social support networks and forums where issues related to DV are discussed A3 - Internal entities/collaborators universe sample (807) Extremely satisfied/satisfied (75 %) with image, performance and role in society, A1 - Citizens/victims universe sample (893) Extremely satisfied/satisfied (97%) with performance, courtesy in attendance, equality treatment, clarity and quality of information provided, autonomy, flexibility and impact they have on quality of citizens lives A2 - External organizations/partners universe sample (369) Extremely satisfied/satisfied (72%) with the possibility of having more than one communication channel, qualified attendance, information and assistance, participation of investigators in social support networks and forums where issues related to DV are discussed A3 - Internal entities/collaborators universe sample (807) Extremely satisfied/satisfied (75 %) with image, performance and role in society, SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

18 18 Project IAVE is in its final phase of implementation With phase III, we want to improve responses to other vulnerable victims, such as elderly, people with disabilities, LGBT people and ethnic minorities Consolidation of phases II and III, beyond promoting competencies in the scope of Project IAVE, will allow to qualify other projects, such as: Support 65: elders in Safety Safety School Participation in Child Protection Commissions Certification of Project IAVE Project IAVE is in its final phase of implementation With phase III, we want to improve responses to other vulnerable victims, such as elderly, people with disabilities, LGBT people and ethnic minorities Consolidation of phases II and III, beyond promoting competencies in the scope of Project IAVE, will allow to qualify other projects, such as: Support 65: elders in Safety Safety School Participation in Child Protection Commissions Certification of Project IAVE SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

19 19 …NRG commitment with this project has the purpose of leading Police Officers, institutions and citizens to think IAVE, because we believe that this change in mentalities will contribute to improve fundamental rights and quality of live from citizens who, normally, are considered the weakest link of the phenomenon – the victims SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

20 National Republican Guard has the duty, theory but also in practice, of being an institution dedicated to victims support.... National Republican Guard has the duty, not only in theory but also in practice, of being an institution dedicated to victims support - Many thanks for your attention National Republican Guard has the duty, theory but also in practice, of being an institution dedicated to victims support.... National Republican Guard has the duty, not only in theory but also in practice, of being an institution dedicated to victims support - Many thanks for your attention - Operational Command Criminal Investigation Department Lieutenant-Colonel João Nascimento Tel: ( ) / Fax: ( ) SEMINAR ISTANBUL 31 MAY 2013 LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES ON COMBAT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN 56


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