Analysis of Driver Rehabilitation Programmes: the project Andrea

Driver rehabilitation courses for the reintegration of traffic violators are a growing market in many EU-states. It was the objective of the “Andrea”-project (Analysis of Driver Rehabilitation Programmes) to analyse which elements of these courses are more or less effective. Evaluation studies have been analysed, all course programmes described, expert workshops were held, and a feedback analysis including data from 1,375 participants and 60 course trainers has been conducted in France, Austria, Belgium, The Netherlands and northern Italy. Results of this study give an insight into the course programmes (methods, contents and client trainer relationship). The feedback is generally rather positive. The majority of clients believe that the course programme was useful for them to avoid further offences, which is in correspondence with the significant reduction of recidivism rates of participants compared to control groups, which was found in the literature analysis.

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Property & Fire

Domestic Architecture

Besides technical safety measures and the individual’s responsibility another important crime prevention strategy are social measures.

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Transport & Mobility

Road Traffic Accidents in Austria

After an overview of the main figures, chapters are dealing with the location of accidents, the vehicles that are involved in these accidents and the involved persons.

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Home, Leisure & Sports

International Projects

The KfV has taken part in European Commission funded projects for many years.

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