This is the Dutch policy on Sexual crime.
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- Sexual violence
In The Netherlands registered youth crime figures show a spectacular downward trend from 2007 (minus 60%). This decrease can be seen amongst girls and boys, and also amongst ethnic minorities and the native Dutch. This trend can also be observed in a lot of other countries.
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- Youth crime
BESECURE is developing a suite of tools to support urban security and safety key decision makers focussed specifically on crime and instability. The tools will provide decision makers with structured information from literature research and case studies; a process support tool and data visualisation and analysis tools. The overarching aim to be to support decision makers in taking evidence based decisions.
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The study aims to contribute to the existing body of knowledge concerning an administrative approach to crime in the European Union in the following manner. First, it explored the legal options available to national administrative authorities in the ten selected Member States. These are, in alphabetical order: Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom (limited to England and Wales). Second, it considered the practical application of the legal options available in the selected Member States.
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The current study explored the effect of a school-based intervention on online risk awareness and behavior in order to shed light on a relatively unexplored field with high practical relevance.
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