Project: Preventing recidivism among individuals convicted of gender-based violence who are subject to an alternative community-based measure.
Goals of the project:
Fiadys, in collaboration with the H-Amikeco Association and the General Secretariat of Penitentiary Institutions, is embarking on a new study focused on preventing the recidivism of individuals convicted of gender-based violence who are subject to an alternative community-based measure.
The objectives of the study will be to propose a system of risk and early warning indicators that will:
Early recognize profiles at higher risk of dropout so that available resources can be reinforced to ensure program continuity and completion.
Identify phases or moments in the treatment process with a higher risk of dropout and generate mechanisms and recommendations to reduce this risk and ensure program continuity and completion.
Identify best practices among professionals and recommend their implementation throughout program management to improve the overall effectiveness rate.
All of this would result in an improvement in the program compliance rate, a reduction in the recidivism rate, especially among more serious cases, and, consequently, a substantial improvement in the protection of victims of gender-based violence.
Ministry of Health, Consumer Affairs, and Social Welfare. With the support of the General Secretariat of Penitentiary Institutions of the Ministry of the Interior.
General Secretariat of Penitentiary Institutions, Ministry of the Interior, H-Amikeco Association, and Fiadys