Process evaluation Leren van Delict

Process evaluation Leren van Delict

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Summary

Leren van Delict (Learning from an Offence) is a cognitive-behavioural intervention that focuses on young people between 14 and 23 years who have been convicted for a serious violent offence and reside in a youth detention centre. The goal is to prevent young people from committing (violent) offences again. The training course is individual and subdivided into three phases. In phase 1, an offence analysis is carried out; phase 2 concentrates on changes in behaviour based on the results from phase 1, and phase 3 consists of refresher sessions from phase 2 if changes occur in the young person’s situation.

Publication data

Author(s):
Abraham, M., Buysse, W.
Organization(s):
DSP-groep, WODC
Place of publication:
Amsterdam
Publisher:
DSP-groep
Year of publication:
2014

Order information

Address:
DSP-groep
 
Van Diemenstraat 374
 
1013 CR Amsterdam
Phone:
020 6257537
E-mailaddress:
dsp@dsp-groep.nl
Website:
www.dsp-groep.nl