Prison Management – SPOTLIGHT

Supporting Implementation of Good Practices for Rehabilitation and Reintegration

IIJ curricula supports implementation of the GCTF’s Rome Memorandum on Good Practices for Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Violent Extremist Offenders and actions called for in UN Security Council Resolutions 2178 and 2396, including measures to maintain a safe and human environment, and tools to assess and help address radicalisation to violence and terrorist recruitment within prisons. The IIJ also integrates the UNODC Handbook on the Effective Management of Violent Extremist Prisoners, and complementary workstreams by UNODC and the Council of Europe on critical areas such as prison intelligence and safeguarding HUMINT in the prison context, recruiting and using informants, and the benefits of multi-agency approaches to prison intelligence.

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