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At the request of the Dutch State Commission on Changing Parental Relationships, Regioplan was commissioned to conduct a...supervision of the administration of minors’ assets by parents and guardians
The main topic of this study is the supervision of the administration of minors’ assets by parents and guardians. It also...overview of methods and data sources that are suitable for an estimation of the number of victims and perpetrators of domestic violence and child abuse
First, this study answers the question of whether the estimation study, as conducted in 2009, can be reproduced and improved...Evaluation of the Halt Alcohol sanctioning programme
In the Halt Alcohol sanctioning programme, Halt and care organisations for addicts work together to provide young people who...Evaluation Parenting Plan
On March 1,2009, the Promotion of Continued Parenting and Proper Divorce Actg came into effect. One element of this act is...Halt updated
Juveniles aged from 12 to 18, who have been apprehended by the police for, for example, vandalism, shoplifting, firework...Evaluation of the requirement for the presence of the parents in juvenile court
The 'Act strengthening the position of the victim' came into effect in its entirety on 1 January 2011. One component of this...Obligatory presence of parents at juvenile court hearings
In an estimate of 10 to 30 percent of Dutch juvenile criminal cases at least one of the parents or the guardian is absent...Process evaluation of the Halt Settlement Alcohol
The so-called Halt Settlement Alcohol has been applied since 2006. This intervention focuses on young people between twelve...
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