Recording MID in the judicial domain
Research on the feasibility of estimating the prevalence of MID in the judicial domain given current records (full text only available in Dutch)
- To what extent is research into the prevalence of MID in the judicial domain possible given current records?
- What changes would be needed to facilitate a reliable and valid estimate of the prevalence of MID in the judicial domain in future, based on recorded data?
- Kaal, H., Jong, B. de
- University of Applied Sciences Leiden, Bureau Integrity Dutch Municipalities (BING), WODC
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- University of Applied Sciences Leiden
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The past few years have seen a growing interest in the position of people with a Mild Intellectual Disability (MID) in the judicial domain in the Netherlands (child protective services; the criminal justice and juvenile justice systems; and victim protection, support and assistance).
This study was carried out based on a two-part research question:
- Hogeschool Leiden
- Zernikdreef 11
- 2333 AK Leiden