Keyword index

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Keyword index

Alfabetical index on keywords and cross references of the Justice Thesaurus. Every keyword generates 1 or more results.

37 document(s) found.

The referral term "Persistent offenders" is replaced with "Repeat offenders".
You searched for web pages: "Repeat offenders"

Frequent Offenders Monitor; Mapping out juvenile and extremely active, adult frequent offenders

This report provides an insight into the backgrounds of registred very active frequent offenders, both adults and juveniles....

Research with publication | 17-08-2007

First inventory of the presumed surplus value of the ISD-measure (Institution for repeat offenders) in comparison to the former SOV-measure (Court-ordered treatment of drug-dependent offenders)

For this research, the policy presumptions behind both measures have been recovered. Additionally talks were held with the...

Research with publication | 24-04-2007

Local multiple offender approach : the judicial chain

The intensive approach of (very active) multiple offenders has been given a pivotal role in the government's plans to ensure...

Research with publication | 01-09-2006

Individual Track Guidance on paper and in practice : a study of the programme theory and implementation of Hard-Core ITG and CRIEM-ITG

Individual Track Guidance (ITG) (referred to in the Netherlands as Individuele Traject Begeleiding  or ITB is an intensive...

Research with publication | 17-06-2005

Frequent offenders in the population of known perpetrators

This research aims to arriveat a useful definition of a frequent offender for the criminal justice system.

Research with publication | 30-01-2004

Criminal carreers

Publication | 30-08-1998

Hard core projects;; Effect evaluation of intensive ambulatory counselling

A number of experimental projects have been started in recent years targeting the so-called hardcore or habitual offenders,...

Publication | 01-01-1998

Basic Inter-term relationships

  • 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