Evaluation of the Centre for Crime Prevention and Safety (CCV)

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Evaluation of the Centre for Crime Prevention and Safety (CCV)

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Summary

The Centre for Crime Prevention and Safety (CCV) was established in 2004 by public and private parties with the aim of increasing safety in general society. The CCV aims to reach this goal through the development and provision of knowledge and tools in the area of crime prevention and safety, focussing on an integral approach of cooperation between (semi) public and private entities.
The research question central to the evaluation is as follows: ‘To what extent has the CCV realised its general objective in the period between 2013-2018, how does this relate to the results of the last evaluation, to what extent has the CCV followed up on recommendations from the last evaluation and to what extent does the current CCV coincide with the desired vision for the future of the organisation held by those involved.’

Publication data

Author(s):
Bilo, N., Huberts, S., Veen, S. van der, Wilms, P.
Organization(s):
Significant APE, WODC
Place of publication:
Utrecht
Publisher:
Significant APE
Year of publication:
2019

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