BID - cooperation for save and secure places
|Coordinator||LÄNSSTYRELSEN I DALARNAS LÄN - Länsstyrelsen i Dalarna län, Falun|
|Funding from Vinnova||SEK 299 041|
|Project duration||May 2019 - December 2019|
|Venture||Social innovation - development and testing|
|Call||Test and develop a social innovation – step 1 2019|
Purpose and goal
The project has met the goal of developing a BID inspired collaboration model, unique in Sweden, that can be used by municipalities, county boards and organizations to make unsafe places secure and safe. A priced collaboration model consisting of several modules has been developed making it possible to adapt the model to different places and financing capacities. Parts of the model (modul 1) have been tested in municipalities and proved to work well. In order to spread the model nationally and on commercial grounds, it must be tested on a full scale and on several settings.
Expected results and effects
A new model for creating safe and secure places has been developed. Two national actors with excellence in security- and attractiveness measures offer the model for municipalities and property owners. The model is scalable and priced and can be used to meet most municipal security challenges. Parts of the model have been tested and proved to work well. However, in order for the model to be disseminated and used by municipalities throughout Sweden, tests in a full scale and different settings are needed as well as dissemination of experiences and sucess stories.
Planned approach and implementation
Method development was done according to plan and all four parties contributed their models and knowledge in developing the new model. More time than expected had been needed to bring together existing models and produce a product that fits the municipalities´ strained resource situations. To get a picture of needs and challanges a workshop with study visits to City collaboration Stockholm (26/8) and BID-Borlänge (12/9) was arranged as well as and a regional conference on site development and safety. Parts of the model were tested in Avesta (28/11) and Falun (6/12) with good results.