Specialization in National Specialist Facilities
a literature review (full text only available in Dutch)
- Franken, A., Berg, G. van den, Kerkhof, L., Assink, M.
- The Netherlands Youth Institute (NJi) , University of Amsterdam - Forensic Child and Youth Care Sciences, WODC
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- The Netherlands Youth Institute (NJI)
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The topic of this research arises from the report ‘Custody of Young Offenders Survey’ (Van Alphen, Drost & Jongebreur, 2015), which was presented to the House of Representatives in November 2015. Central to this report is the young person, with his or her support needs and needs for care and security. The report focuses on the continuation of care, involvement of the young person’s own network and local cooperation between the Custodial Institutions Agency (DJI), local care partners and municipalities. One of the building blocks of the report is a National Specialist Facility (LSV), in which young people with a specific profile receive specialist care and security. The question remains, however, which specializations are needed within the National Specialist Facilities and how these specializations could be clustered.
- Nederlands Jeugd Instituut (NJI)
- Catherijnesingel 47
- 3501 DE Utrecht