Keyword index

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Keyword index

Alfabetical index on keywords and cross references of the Justice Thesaurus. Every keyword generates 1 or more results.

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You searched for web pages: "Sex and crime"

Juvenile Crime Monitor 2017; Developments in registered juvenile crime from 2000 to 2017 (full text only available in Dutch)

The Juvenile Crime Monitor 2017 describes developments in juvenile crime register-ed by the police, the Public Prosecution...

Research with publication | 07-03-2018

Improving gender sensitivity of prevalence study domestic violence; Advice (full text only available in Dutch)

In 2016, the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice Scientific Research and Documentation Centre (WODC) will be repeating the...

Research with publication | 28-06-2016

Juvenile Crime Monitor 2015; Trends in juvenile crime with regard to self-reported offenders, suspects and criminal offenders in the period 1997 to 2015 (full text only available in Dutch)

The central question is 'What are the trends in the level, nature and settlement of juvenile crime during the period 1997 to...

Research with publication | 01-03-2016

Juvenile crime monitor; Developments in the number of suspects and criminal offenders from 1997 through 2012 (full text only available in Dutch)

The Juvenile Crime Monitor  periodically examines developments in (registered) juvenile crime based on multiple indicators...

Research with publication | 12-05-2014

Recognising gender in law and criminality; (full text available only in Dutch)

 

Publication | 19-08-2013

Girls and delinquency in the Netherlands

The subject of 'girls and delinquency' has not received the attention it should, both from a scientific and from a policy...

Publication | 01-01-1999

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Basic Inter-term relationships

  • SN Clarifying the meaning or definition of the use of a term
  • USE Preferred Term
  • UF Non-preferred term
  • BT Hierarchical higher term
  • NT Hierarchical lower term
  • RT Associative term