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Detention and probation / Psychological consequences of detention

Spiritual care in detention centres; (full text available only in Dutch)

This is a study into spiritual care in custody, consisting of a literature study, interviews, a concept mapping procedure,...

Research with publication | 20-09-2010

Effects on TBS-offenders of (long-term) detention prior to the compulsory treatment in a forensic psychiatric institution

What is the profile of offenders who received a combined sentence (both a hospital order and a prison sentence) and what...

Research with publication | 27-02-2009

Psychometric quality of and the links between the detainee survey and the BASAM-DJI; Preliminary study in relation to the prison system benchmark study

The object of this sub-study was to look at the psychometric quality of the quesionaires used by the prison system to measure...

Research with publication | 14-10-2008

The well-being of imprisoned women in the Netherlands

The aim of this study wasto gain information about the well-being of imprisoned women in the Netherlands and the prision...

Research with publication | 09-10-2008

Being inside; An explorative study into emotional reactions of juvenile offenders to custody

The central question of this study is: What is the relation between custody and the emotional reactions of juvenile...

Publication | 07-08-2008

Room-sharing in juvenile correctional institutions

In the spring of 2005 a pilot was launched on room-sharing in three juvenile correctional institutions in the Netherlands....

Research with publication | 01-09-2006

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