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The questions underlying this research are:To what extent is it apparent on the basis of the literature and documentation...Survey of priorities in European e�?Justice
This survey aims to:Describe e�?Justice in terms of applicable regulations, involved legal organizations, relevant procedures...Substance use and violence
On January 1, 2017, a new bill to allow alcohol and drug testing in perpetrators of violence will come into force. The bill...The co-occurrence and correlation between domestic violence and child abuse in households
This report gives an account of an exploratory international literature review of the nature and extent of the co-occurrence...Legal professions in the future
The present study provides an overview of trends and issues both inside and outside the legal professions. It examined...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...Police culture in action
The following questions were the starting point for this study:"How can the organisational culture of the Dutch police be...Family Group Conferencing in child welfare
In the Netherlands, the model of Family Group Conferencing (FGC) is increasingly used for decision-making in child welfare....Socialspychological impactfactors in disasters, crises and attacks
A literature survey was conducted to explore the impact of disasters, crises and attacks on society as a whole, focusing on...Paper and reality
The number of registered crimes committed by minors (aged 12-18) and young adults, aged 18 to 24 (‘juvenile delinquency’),...
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