ResearchThe project had an emphasis on three priority areas: Young Offenders age 16-25 (including issues of Race & Faith Hate Crime, Gang Crime and Radicalisation); Domestic Violence; and Drugs & Alcohol.
These areas have been developed and piloted by project partners (read more at Research Reports). The pilots have been evaluated by the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge in order to provide detailed results including on issues of adaptation and transferability. The Institute of Criminology has also carryied out an extenisve piece of analysis research on all exisiting interventions within the EU as well as proposing a methodological framework for an EU-wide understanding of successful practice.
The conclusions from can be read in the STARR Final Report (by Professor Friedrich Lösel)