Evaluation framework for Dutch strategic country programmes in international police co-operation

International affairs / Mutual legal assistance

Evaluation framework for Dutch strategic country programmes in international police co-operation

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Summary

Crime has evolved into a transnational phenomenon; no investigation into organized crime can still focus on a single home country. Effective crime fighting therefore requires international coordination. The Netherlands Ministry of Security and Justice has initiated the strategic country programmes to support international police cooperation. These programmes were launched the second half of 2013 and it is now important to monitor the performance of these programmes. The programmes will be formally evaluated in three years’ time. This report develops a evaluation framework to this end, based on an analysis of policy documents, policing literature, interviews with 22 stakeholders and an expert meeting.

Publication data

Author(s):
Princen, S.B.M., Geuijen, C.H.M., Douglas, S.C., Esch, F.A.W.J. van
Organization(s):
Utrecht University - USBO Advice, WODC
Place of publication:
Utrecht
Publisher:
Utrecht University - USBO-advice
Year of publication:
2014

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