The DARE project 'Database and Assessment of Risks of violent Extremists', funded by the European Union, has two principle objectives:
Training European judiciary in using a violence extremism risk assessment tool (VERA-2R), in combination with implementation measures.
Professionals in the criminal justice system of 6 Member States are trained in the use of the VERA-2R to deploy it in different judicial contexts. Exploration and implementation meetings will be used to adapt and improve the use of the VERA-2R to the specific judicial context. Use of one risk tool enables a multidisciplinary judicial approach, and the sharing of relevant risk information between judicial organisations, moving towards one 'risk language'.
Development of a European Database of convicted terrorists and their acts.
Information on the Database is available at the webpage 'European Database'.