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Evaluation of the Centre for Crime Prevention and Safety (CCV); (full text only available in Dutch)
The Centre for Crime Prevention and Safety (CCV) was established in 2004 by public and private parties with the aim of...
Aim and role
WODC (the Dutch abbreviation for Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek- en Documentatiecentrum, in English: Research and Documentation...
Independent research; (full text only available in Dutch)
Internet sources in the Netherlands, Europe and international
Risk management 2.0: From risk-aware to risk-based in a political-administrative context; Research on risk management at the Directorate-General Police, Ministry of Security and Justice (full text only available in Dutch)
The research objective is to create an overview of relevant risk management standards and frameworks currently available,...
The Ministry of justice on the world stage, on the road towards an internal balance; evaluation of the international policies of the Ministry of Justice and DEIA in particular
The purpose of this research is to understand the role and influence of the Ministry of Justice, and the Department for...
Involvement of the Netherlands Ministry of Justice in Dutch interventions before the Court of the European Communities
This research intended to gain an insight into the current intervention policy of the Ministry of Justice and to use that...
Evaluation of the 'Organisation and Administration of Courts Act' and the 'Judicial Organisation Act'
The aim of the study is to describe the current state of affairs four years after the date on which the Acts were introduced....
Use of police registrations and development capture-recapture methods
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