Recidivism during and after GBM
Comparative recidivism research GBM 2008-2013 (full text only available in Dutch)
- What are the characteristics of the offenders who participated in GBM in the period 2008-2013 and to what extent are they comparable to offenders in the historical and simultaneous control group?
- What is the effect of the GBM on recidivism during the measure in comparison with a standard conditional detention or PIJ-measure?
- What is the effect of the GBM on recidivism after the measure in comparison with a standard conditional detention or PIJ-measure?
- Which execution aspects and progress indicators predict recidivism following GBM, when correcting for offender backgrounds, penal characteristics and information about problems?
- Verweij, S., Tollenaar, N., Wartna, B.S.J., Weijters, G.
- Place of publication:
- The Hague
- Year of publication:
- Cahiers 2017-11
Since 2008 the Social Conduct Order (GBM) can be administered to juvenile offenders who have committed a serious crime or repeated criminal offences and who have psychological problems that require outpatient treatment. This custodial measure offers a legal basis for obliga-tory participation in a program with various judicial interventions, such as (inten-sive) probation, treatment by a psychologist or psychiatrist, or a judicial behavioral intervention.
The research questions of the current study were:
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