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Alcohol use and aggression; Validation of an aggression test battery (full text only available in Dutch)
On the first of January 2017 a new law regarding substance use in violent offenders came into force in the Netherlands. This...
Evaluation of the pilot 'Alcoholmeter' 2017; (full text only available in Dutch)
This pilot was carried out in the region of Rotterdam and the east of the Netherlands. Due to the low number of carriers and...
Internet sources in the Netherlands
Breathalyser tests in cases of violence; Process evaluation of the Violent Offenders Alcohol and Drug Testing Act in start-up areas (full text only available in Dutch)
On 1 January 2017 the Violent Offenders Alcohol and Drug Testing Act (VOADTA) came into effect. This provides a legal basis...
Driving under the influence of drugs; baseline measurement (full text only available in Dutch)
The approach to dealing with the offence of driving under the influence of drugs is currently based on the catch-all clause...
Substance use and violence; a literature review of the relation between alcohol, drugs and violence (full text only available in Dutch)
On January 1, 2017, a new bill to allow alcohol and drug testing in perpetrators of violence will come into force. The bill...
An obligation to participate in mass DNA screening in criminal cases?; (full text available only in Dutch)
The principle question this study seeks to address is wheter the public can be compelled to participate in a mass DNA...
Collecting of information on substance abuse by perpetrators of violence
On the basis of the government's ambition to reduce alcohol- and drug-related violence, work has been done in the past few...
Costs and benefits of policy
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- SN Clarifying the meaning or definition of the use of a term
- USE Preferred Term
- UF Non-preferred term
- BT Hierarchical higher term
- NT Hierarchical lower term
- RT Associative term