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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: "Adolescent criminal law"

Distinct approach of young adults in the (juvenile) criminal justice system; an international comparison (full text only available in Dutch)

The goal of this report is to gain insights in the distinct approach of young adults in the justice system in other European...

Research with publication | 22-10-2019

Research programme - Research Adolescent Crime law

Every year a summary of the WODC research programme is published (in Dutch) and a supplement around summer.

31-07-2019

Evaluating the implemenation of juvenile law for young adolescents; (full text only available in Dutch)

In April 2014 Adolescent Criminal Law (ACL) came into effect in the Netherlands. ACL allows more flexible use of juvenile and...

Research with publication | 18-10-2018

Adolescent Criminal Law; Characteristics of the target group, criminal cases and procedural execution (full text only available in Dutch)

Adolescent Criminal Law (ACL) became effective on 1 April 2014 in the Netherlands. The intention of this legislation is the...

Research with publication | 24-05-2018

The ‘adolescentenstrafrecht’ (Criminal law applicable to young adults); Policy theory and initial empirical findings (full text only available in Dutch)

policy theory reconstruction and an empirical exploration were carried out in this study, which in evaluation studies is...

Research with publication | 02-11-2016

Identifying 18 to 23-year-olds who were sentenced under juvenile criminal law; A pilot (full text only available in Dutch)

The so-called ‘Adolescentenstrafrecht’ came into effect on 1 April 2014. The ‘Adoles-centenstrafrecht’ expands the...

Research with publication | 02-11-2016

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  • BT Hierarchical higher term
  • NT Hierarchical lower term
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