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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: "Duty to report"

Extension of the duty to report to the police in cases of serious sexual abuse?; (full text only available in Dutch)

The present study aims to provide an assessment framework for the debate on the issue whether in cases of serious sexual...

Research with publication | 02-12-2019

Administrative restriction of freedoms of jihadists; The use in practice of the ‘Temporary Law on Counterterrorism Administrative Measures’ during the first period after its entry into force (full text only available in Dutch)

On 1 March 2017 the‘Temporary Law on Counterterrorism Administrative Measures’ (Wet bestuurlijke maatregelen...

Research with publication | 19-03-2019

Reporting requirements for offences committed by forensic patients; Process evaluation of the manual (full text only available in Dutch)

If a forensic patient (a patient detained under a hospital order, 'tbs-gestelde' in Dutch) commits an offence that qualifies...

Research with publication | 16-12-2014

Developing an Anti-money laundering policy monitor; (full text available only in Dutch)

Various different evaluations find that combating money laundering in the Netherlands has a number of shortcomings. In order...

Research with publication | 01-02-2013

Evaluation obligatory reporting punishable offences in detention under a hospital order (tbs); (full text available only in Dutch)

On 26 june 2008 a few sections of the Hospital Orders Regulations were amended. As a result of these amendments the head of...

Research with publication | 13-11-2012

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