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Detention and probation / Leave for inmates

Evaluation of the pilot scheme 'ZOET' - a view of forensic psychiatric patients in Enschede; (full text available only in Dutch)

On 4 March 2007, an Enschede resident detained under a hospital order caused a fatal shooting incident in Enschede. The...

Research with publication | 26-06-2009

Use of a structured risk assessment instrument in the Dutch procedure for prisoner leave; an (inter)national comparison of instruments and procedures

This research has studied whether it is possible and useful to use a structured risk assessment instrument in the Dutch...

Research with publication | 24-02-2009

Temporary release for home and resettlement leave; a study of decision making in granting leaves to Dutch prisoners

This study examines the process in relation to current leave policy, how this is implemented and whether there are specific...

Research with publication | 01-12-2006

Termination of the Dutch TBS-order by court against the advice of the institution treating or supervising the patient ; frequency, nature, causes and relationship with subsequent criminal recidivism

The subject of this study is the court's termination of the Dutch measure of 'Terbeschikkingstelling' (TBS) against the...

Research with publication | 14-10-2005

Recidivism after forensic psychiatric treatment; Patterns, trends, processes and risk assessment

This is the fourth in a series of study reports published by the Research and Documentation Centre on former forensic...

Publication | 01-01-2000

Studies on the Dutch prison system

The series ‘Dutch studies on Crime and Justice’ is meant to meet this need for wider distribution. The series will consist of...

Publication | 01-01-1987

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