The self-measuring delinquent
An exploratory study of technological self-measurement methods within the judicial context (full text only available in Dutch)
- Cornet, L.J.M., Mandersloot, M.N.A., Pool, R.L.D., Kogel, C.H. de
- Place of publication:
- The Hague
- Year of publication:
- Cahiers 2017-17
Quantifying personal characteristics with help of technological devices, such as smartwatches and smartphones, has become a common activity among people over the past years. In the field of criminal justice, there is an increasing interest in these techniques. Self-measurement equipment could potentially contribute to tailor-made treatment and supervision and could possibly 'empower' individuals. This report investigates how technological self-measurement equipment could enrich judicial processes. At the same time, potential risks related to technological self-measurement methods are highlighted.
See also: Infographic The 'self-measuring' delinquent.
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