Justice and demographics: on declining percentage of youth, ageing and colouring

Criminology and victimology / Crime trends

Justice and demographics: on declining percentage of youth, ageing and colouring

Changes in the population make-up and consequences for Justice

Summary

On 11 May 2006, the WODC and the NIDI organised a joint congress dealing extensively with issues surrounding the relationship between demographics and crime. This proceedings is a reflection of the presentations made at this congress.

Index

  1. Justice and demographic developments 
  2. Demographic developments: trends, perspectives and opinions 
  3. The Netherlands in 2035: more fear, more inequality and more segregation? 
  4. Research into criminal careers: the relevance of theory and policy 
  5. Cohort sizes and crimes of violence; the Easterlin effect investigated in 20 countries
  6. Demographic developments and call on judicial facilities 
  7. Influence of ethnicity and the risk of being caught on juvenile crimes of violence
  8. Population of the major cities and crime forecast 
  9. Families and crime 
  10. Sexual offences by juvenile perpetrators of foreign heritage 
  11. On risk factors, effective interventions and inconsistent government policy on violent offending  

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Publication data

Author(s):
Laan, A.M. van der (ed.), Vervoorn, L. (ed.), Nimwegen, N. van (ed.), Leeuw, F.L. (ed.)
Organization(s):
WODC
Place of publication:
The Hague
Publisher:
WODC
Year of publication:
2007
Series:
Cahiers 2007-09

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