Themes with lists of keywords

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Themes with lists of keywords

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Criminology and victimology / Juvenile delinquency

Juvenile crime & delinquency across borders; A review of juvenile crime and delinquency trends, legislation, policy, effective prevention and intervention outside the Netherlands

In the autumn of 2001, the Research and Documentation Centre was instructed to carry out, in the short term, a literature...

Research with publication | 26-07-2002

Trends in juvenile delinquency, from 1980 to 1999

This is the seventh publication by the WODC on the development of juvenile crime in the Netherlands. The report deals with...

Publication | 01-05-2001

Communities and Crime

Publication | 01-01-2000

Miscellaneaous Studies

Publication | 30-03-1999

Girls and delinquency in the Netherlands

The subject of 'girls and delinquency' has not received the attention it should, both from a scientific and from a policy...

Publication | 01-01-1999

Young and violent; Violent crime among juveniles in the Netherlands - trends and causes

This survey on violent crime by youngsters focuses on the following three questions: How has violent crime amongst youngsters...

Publication | 01-01-1999

Criminal carreers

Publication | 30-08-1998

Crime Prevention by Early Intervention

Publication | 30-06-1997

Delinquent behavior among young people in the western world; First results of the international self-report delinquency study

This volume presents the first results of the self-report in 13 individual countries. A second volume will follow in 1995,...

Publication | 15-10-1994

The Halt program; Diversion of juvenile vandals

This evaluation study concerns: a) a study among a sample of vandals who participated in the Halt program; b) a short...

Publication | 31-08-1990

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