Themes with lists of keywords

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Internet sources in the Netherlands


Organised crime in the Netherlands: offenders, interconnectedness and criminal investigation; Report in the context of the fifth round of the Dutch Organised Crime Monitor (full text only available in Dutch)

This report is the result of the most recent, fifth data sweep of the Monitor (pre-vious reports: Kleemans et al., 1998,...

Research with publication | 04-12-2019

Secret services and the democratic rule of law; (full text only available in Dutch)

On the eve of the advisory referendum on the new Intelligence and Security Services Act (Wiv) on 21 March 2018, Judicial...

Publication | 12-03-2018

New technologies in the security domain; (Full text only available in Dutch)

The police and other law enforcement inforces can operate more proactive and effectiver thanks to the use of upcoming new...

Publication | 14-07-2016

Preliminary investigation for the evaluation of the system for automatic recognition of legally privileged conversations in the advocacy; (full text available only in Dutch)

This is a priliminary investigation to the evaluate the automatic number recognition system as well as existing agreements...

Research with publication | 02-09-2013

The use of telephone and Internet taps in criminal investigations

The aim of this study is provide insight into the actual use of telephone and Internet taps in criminal investigations. The...

Research with publication | 23-05-2012

Tapping and infiltration; (full text available only in Dutch)

Publication | 23-05-2012

The regulation of Special Investigatory Powers Act; First phase of an evaluation

On 1 February 2000, the Special Investigatory Powers Act [Wet BOB] came into effect. The Minister of Justice made a...

Research with publication | 28-06-2002

Basic Inter-term relationships

  • SN Clarifying the meaning or definition of the use of a term
  • USE Preferred Term
  • UF Non-preferred term
  • BT Hierarchical higher term
  • NT Hierarchical lower term
  • RT Associative term