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Counter terrorism financing policies in The Netherlands; Effectiveness en effects (2013-2016) (full text only available in Dutch)
Since the 9/11 attacks, an extensive international policy framework has been designed to combat the financing of terrorism...
Integral approach to the recovery of criminal assets; registration and monitoring related costs and benefits (full text only available in Dutch)
Centraal in het onderzoek stonden de vragen naar de typen financiële en maatschappelijke kosten en baten van het integraal...
Organized Crime and Integrity Violations within Law Enforcement Organizations; (full text only available in Dutch)
This report provides an account of a research into serious integrity violations within four law enforcement organisations –...
Effectiveness of the Dutch anti-money laundering activities; Start version of a monitor anti-money laundering policy (full text only available in Dutch)
The ministries of Safety and Justice and Finance have taken an initiative to develop a monitor anti-money laundering policy....
The programme-based approach to combating human trafficking; plan and process evaluation of a pilot (full text available only in Dutch)
The central questions of this investigation are: Which policy theory forms the basis of the programme-based approach to...
Bankruptcy fraud and abuse of bankruptcy
This research is dealing with the allegedly rising number of cases of bankruptcy fraud in the Netherlands.
Use, organisation and quality of scene of crime examination by the police in the Netherlands
The following themes are dealt with in this study 1. availability and use of forensic expertise; 2. usability and...
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