- 7 April 2020
The CPRLV offers practical training in the fields of psychosocial intervention, education, criminal justice and public safety. It also provides training to community organizations and public and private institutions. In addition, the Centre offers a variety of activities for schools designed to raise student awareness of the issues related to radicalization leading to violence and hate crimes and incidents.
Training programs have been developed for front-line workers and administrators alike with the following objectives in mind:
- To enable participants to understand the characteristics of different types of violent radicalization (right-wing, left-wing, religious and single-cause extremism);
- To permit participants to recognize and understand behaviours and situations contributing to violent radicalization;
- To enable participants to identify risk and protection factors for violent radicalization;
- To teach participants appropriate attitudes, forms of intervention or administrative procedures for dealing with situations involving radicalization.