The execution of (intensive) supervision by the Probation and Parole Service among robbers and the correlation with recidivism

The execution of (intensive) supervision by the Probation and Parole Service among robbers and the correlation with recidivism

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Summary

The current study examined what the supervision of robbers by the Probation and Parole Service in practice entails, what the recidivism rate among robbers with supervision is, and to what extent the measures of intensive supervision are related to reoffending among robbers after the end of supervision. The research group consisted of all convicted robbers (excluding street-robbers) in the Netherlands, who were supervised by the Probation and Parole Service, and whose supervision period was completed in the period 2013 to 2016, yet was not started before 2012. This study is part of a five-year research program into recidivism among offenders of so-called high impact crimes (HIC; which consists of non-street robbery, street robbery and, domestic burglary).

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Author(s):
Beijersbergen, K.A., Verweij, S.
Organization(s):
WODC
Place of publication:
The Hague
Publisher:
WODC
Year of publication:
2020
Series:
Cahiers 2020-14

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