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Keyword index

Alphabetical clickable index of keywords and synonyms/antonyms of the Justice Thesaurus. Every keyword gives result.

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You searched for web pages: "Shoplifting"

Banishment and new forms of exclusion; (full text only available in Dutch)

For many ages banishment, a sanction involving a person’s geographical and social exclusion, served both to punish deviants...

Publication | 17-05-2018

From perceptions to facts; Asylum seekers and neighbourhood crime (full text only available in Dutch)

The establishment of an asylum seekers’ reception centre – in the Netherlands: ‘COA location’ – is frequently accompanied by...

Research with publication | 01-02-2018

Scientific knowledge on (problematic) behaviour regarding five topics; Sexting, Violence during football games, Employee theft, Digitializing dispute solutions, and Neighbourhood nuisance and conflict (full text only available in Dutch)

Policymakers have become increasingly interested in using behavioural science to strengthen the effectiveness and efficiency...

Research with publication | 02-01-2018

Use of municipal special investigation officers dealing with shoplifters; (full text available only in Dutch)

In the Netherlands, nuisance and minor offences are enforced by municipal officers with limited investigative powers the so...

Research with publication | 02-07-2013

Project 'Damage Donation for Retailers': evaluation of program theory and implementation process; (full text available only in Dutch)

Damage Donation for Retailers is a project in which retailers make use of a provision in Dutch Civil Law to regain some of...

Research with publication | 25-01-2010

Business Crime Monitor 2004-2005 (MCB)

Summary of the results of the Business Crime Monitor (MCB) 2004-2005, which aims to establish crime rates affecting Dutch...

Publication | 02-11-2006

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