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The referral term "Criminal youth group" is replaced with "Youth gang".
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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...
Interpretation of problematic youth group behaviour; (full text only available in Dutch)
Offending behaviour in adolescence occurs mainly in groups; accordingly, youth groups, nuisance-causing conduct and crime...
Declining juvenile crime; (full text only available in Dutch)
Juvenile crime declined hugely in the last ten years, not only in the Netherlands but in almost all western countries. This...
Expensive friendships: what problematic youth groups cost society; Explorative study in a large city (full text only available in Dutch)
This is an experimental study in one municipality on problematic youth groups. The aim was to identify social problems such...
Innovative research methods; (full text only available in Dutch)
For a long time discussions about research methods in the social sciences have been dominated by the antagonism between...
A perspective on juvenile delinquency; Handholds for the drafting of a periodic trend report regarding at-risk and criminal youth and a survey of approaches (full text only available in Dutch)
The study at hand has centred around three research questions. These questions deal with the theoretical knowledge of and the...
Evaluation crackdown on criminal youth groups; (full text available only in Dutch)
Early in 2011, the Minister of Security and Justice made de targeting of problematic youth groups a major priority, laying...
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