About this courseSkip About this course
In particular, the course provides applied knowledge and technical tools for the design, implementation, and evaluation of programs aimed at strengthening the different links that make up the criminal justice system: prevention of crime and violence; crime deterrence; law enforcement; crime judicialization and social rehabilitation of prisoners.
It is expected that this course will create awareness among public officials, authorities, academics, journalists, civil society and the public interested in citizen security and justice issues in Latin America and the Caribbean, on the intersectoral nature of policies that seek to improve the services of social prevention of violence, police, prosecutor’s offices, and prisons.
The course was jointly designed by the IDB and the consortium of universities of Chile, John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York and FADISMA in Brasil.
Check the information about scholarships and the face-to-face training week at the following link: http://callforproposals.iadb.org/cfp-seguridad-ciudadana/home-course-en
What you'll learnSkip What you'll learn
- The main theoretical and conceptual frameworks of crime, violence and prevention.
- Key elements for effective and efficient institutional management based on data.
- Prevention models of youth violence and against women.
- Key elements for pólice modernization and reform.
- Alternatives for criminal justice and social reintegration policies.
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