Learning Opportunities, inStruments and Investigation Techniques to fight the growing phenomenon of missing people in Europe

Organisation and country where the good practice has been implemented: p-consulting.gr

Title: Learning Opportunities, inStruments and Investigation Techniques to fight the growing phenomenon of missing people in Europe

Main Theme/Area of intervention: Social Inclusion

Main objectives:

  1. Improve the competences of the trainers & technical operators in the crucial first investigation phase
  2. Define a new core professional profile supporting any law enforcement agency in the research/investigation
  3. Increase and improve social policies of local Public Institutions to support and protect families and in general their local communities from this phenomenon
  4. Develop a new operative model that can be easily transferred in any EU country by using innovative and open ICT tools
  5. Increase the awareness among social groups and communities of social society with the cooperation of Local Public Administrations

Target groups addressed:

1st Target Group: Social assistance, psychologists who provide support to families of missing people, health professionals and legal doctors

Impact:

Enhancing active participation in society

Better knowledge of European dimension of the phenomenon of missing people

Additional measures that can be provided to support families and children

Broader awareness about the missing refugees (children and adults)

2nd Target Group: Members of the police force and police officers, civil protection and other security services, lawyers and private investigators

Impact:

Broader understanding of missing people services

Broader awareness on psychological consequences for the families of missing people and children

Broader awareness about the missing refugees (children and adults)

Increased knowledge on the investigation process

3nd Target Group:Representatives of voluntary organisations in the sector of missing people and children.

Impact:

More open synergies with other organisations

More awareness on how to support effectively investigation procedures and investigation forces

Main activities necessary for its realisation: 1 on-line training course was created. There is an open free access to these innovative training courses from the website of the project to everyone who is interested. (Awarded by the Italian NA)

Results achieved: We succeeded in having a sustainable co-operation between partners, organizations for missing people, experts in missing people cases, public authorities and other stakeholders. This cooperation is very useful, as all parties will act as loudspeakers about the phenomenon of missing people in Europe (in Greece focusing on refugees too).

Qualitative indicators. Cooperation with Universities, Colleges, Organisations for Missing People, Public Authorities etc.

The important factor is that organisations from other EU countries and abroad (Sweden, Cyprus and UK) than the partner countries began collaborating!

Innovation: Moreover, the project intellectual outputs will be available to the public through the official website of the project (https://lost.team/ )

Transferability: This practice can easily be transferred to another institution in any EU country, especially with the Greek course which focuses on minor refugees and immigrants. The Danish course which focuses on tech exploitation and seaside research and the Italian course of accessing, valorising, categorising and then exploiting the information. All these can easily be assessed and exploited in several cases which are widely needed all over EU and abroad

Impact: International

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