The BriSaR project focuses on adapting an existing programme in Portugal (STOP) and update it in line with the research evidence and offender expectations. The project will support correctional staff in prison and probation settings to work more effectively with those offenders who have been sentenced for road offences.
The aim of this project is to take an existing program in Portugal (STOP Responsibility and
Safety) and up-date it in line with the research evidence and offender expectations. Also, the project aims to raise public awareness regarding road safety and to encourage to change attitudes and behaviours associated with drunk driving.
– literature review and collection of good practices,
– design a new program – Bringing Safety on the roads – BriSaR.
– pilot it and evaluate it for its impact
– training of trainers in three jurisdictions
European Strategies Consulting, Romania
IPS_Innovative Prison Systems (Qualify Just IT solutions and Consulting), Portugal
Loyola University Foundation Andalucia, Spain
Ministry of Justice – Probation Directorate Ankara, Turkey
Directorate-General for Reintegration and Prison Services, Portugal
Aproximar CRL, Portugal
KA2 – Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
01/09/2019-31/08/2021 (24 months)
- Literature review – Is scare straight effective in reducing reoffending among road offending? – Here
- BriSaR Literature Review
- Summary of BriSar Programme – Here