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Fear of crime; (full text only available in Dutch)
The prevention of (unnecessary) feelings of insecurity has become an almost as important goal of governments in recent years...
Literature research into the effects of using ex-prisoners as ‘role models’; (full text only available in Dutch)
The central research questions were formulated as follows: What is known about the effects of using ex-prisoners and other...
Theoretical testing of measures to combat alcohol-related nightlife violence; (full text only available in Dutch)
At the initiative of the Ministry of Security and Justice and the Public Prosecution Service a meeting of experts was held in...
Project 'Damage Donation for Retailers': evaluation of program theory and implementation process; (full text available only in Dutch)
Damage Donation for Retailers is a project in which retailers make use of a provision in Dutch Civil Law to regain some of...
Nodal governance of security; (full text available only in Dutch)
Deterrence and general prevention; (full text available only in Dutch)
Training of prison personnel in 'Verbal Judo'; plan and process evaluation
"Verbal Judo" is a method in which people approach others in a calm and empathic manner in order to generate voluntary...
Influencing driver behaviour
This issue is dedicated to the subject 'Influencing driver behaviour'. The decision is actuated by the fact that in June,...
Analysing evaluative research; Paper presented at the Geneva Research Conference on Evaluative Research, held on 10-11 September 1975
This paper consists of three sections. The first will be about the present state of evaluative research. The second section...
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