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The practice of prints of the palm of the hand for the benefit of criminal procedure ; (full text only available in Dutch)
Each hand shows a pattern of lines, the so-called papillary lines. These lines run in the palm of the hand and continue onto...
(Mis)connected in a smart society; The Internet of Things: opportunities, threats and measures (full text only available in Dutch)
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of ’smart’ devices, sensors and other ob-jects, which are connected with each other...
Determinants of the prison population rate in the Caribbean Netherlands; (full text only available in Dutch)
This report describes the results of a research on the determinants of the prison population rate in the Caribbean...
Traces with DNA; Evaluation of amendment to the rules relating to DNA testing in the Dutch Penal Code after November 2001
The object of this research is to gain insight into the question whether the amendment has promoted the use of DNA testing in...
Security Applications for Converging Technologies; Impact on the constitutional state and the legal order (full text available only in Dutch)
The impact of converging technologies on legal practice and criminology is being investigated in a forward looking study...
Possibilities and restrictions to realize a 'national forensic database'
In the safety programme entitled ‘Towards a safer society’, the Cabinet ministers with responsibility in police matters...
Harmonisation in forensic expertise; An inquiry into the desirability of and opportunities for international standards
This volume contains contributions regarding different aspects of the following questions: What are the differences and...
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