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Criminal justice proceedings / Testimony

Practical consequences of the additional requirements for verbatim reports of witness statements; (full text only available in Dutch)

The Dutch Code of Criminal Procedure is currently being modernised and in this context the legislator has drafted a proposal...

Research with publication | 25-11-2019

Second evaluation of the Shielded Witnesses Act; (full text only available in Dutch)

The present research aims to gain insight into the application of and experiences with the shielded-witnesses scheme in the...

Research with publication | 18-02-2019

Crime reporting under number ; Implementation, application and first results of the new regulation ‘Crime reporting under number’ (full text only available in Dutch)

The performed research focusses on four subjects: The number and the nature of the recorded reports and statements under...

Research with publication | 23-06-2015

Treatment of traumatized victims of human trafficking to support coherent or consistent testimonies; An international explorative study (full text only available in Dutch)

This research provides an insight into ways in which consistency and coherence of witness statements of human trafficking...

Research with publication | 24-09-2014

Anonymity in criminal proceedings; Practice of the regulation Witness with limited anonymity and the regulation Threatened anonymous witness in criminal proceedings (full text available only in Dutch)

The aim of this study is answering the following questions: What does the legal framework of both regulations look like and...

Research with publication | 12-12-2012

The interrogation

Publication | 30-05-1998

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