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You searched for web pages: "Administrative integrity"

Indicators of (organized) crime and subversion in industrial areas; A pilot study in the municipality of Tilburg (full text only available in Dutch)

The objective of this study was to determine whether indicators could be found that illustrate at what stage an industrial...

Research with publication | 23-01-2019

The nature and scope of the influence exercised by criminals over local public administration; (full text only available in Dutch)

In recent years there has thus been ample attention focused on the bribing of local adminis-trators and on how criminals...

Research with publication | 05-10-2017

The Act Bibob and the competences of the administrative bodies to assess the probity; (full text only available in Dutch)

Since 1 June 2003 various administrative bodies can use the Public Administration Probity Screening Act (Wet Bibob) to assess...

Research with publication | 15-01-2015

To report or not to report civil service crime?; A study into compliance with and knowledge about the legal obligation to report crimes under Article 162 of the Penal Code

This study has two goals. The first goal is to gain insight into the way in which the (potential) reporter and the...

Research with publication | 21-11-2008

Evaluation of the Public Administration Probity Screening Act

The Public Administration Probity Screening Act offers authorities and public services obliged to apply tendering procedures...

Research with publication | 11-05-2007

Promotion of Integrity Reviews by the Public Administration Act : zero-mesaurement

Research with publication | 02-04-2003

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