Policy framework Veiligheidshuizen

Policy framework Veiligheidshuizen

Implementation, Developments, and Perplexities (full text only available in Dutch)

Summary

Veiligheidshuizen are networks of organizations that combine punitive with care-interventions. In these networks they fight criminality and disorder by means of a neighbourhood-, system- and personalized approach. By combining interventions of criminal law, care and sanctions from civil law the networks aim at improving behaviour and crime-inducing factors of offenders and thus lowering recidivism rates and improving social safety in society. In 2016 in the Netherlands there are 33 of such networks covering the entire country.
Research objectives are to get insight in:

  1. the implementation of the Policyframework Veiligheidshuizen;
  2. the way veiligheidshuizen handle the various transformations in its surroundings.

In this way should be clarified wether or not the Policyframework Veiligheidshuizen sufficiently helps the veiligheidshuizen to find its position.

Publication data

Author(s):
Rover, B., Hoogeveen, C., Eijgenraam, S. (ass.)
Organization(s):
BTVO - Bureau voor Toegepast Veiligheidsonderzoek, Bureau Alpha, WODC
Place of publication:
Den Bosch
Publisher:
BTVO - Bureau voor Toegepast Veiligheidsonderzoek
Year of publication:
2016
ISBN:
978-90-808169-5-4

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Address:
BTVO - Bureau voor Toegepast Veiligheidsonderzoek
Phone:
073 6232993
Fax:
073 6238027
E-mailaddress:
info@btvo.nl
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www.btvo.nl