The Annual Report 2016 gives an impression of the research projects carried out during the past year at the Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR), as well as more “technical” information regarding staff, budget, publications and organisational structure.
NSCR is involved in a wide range of research activities in a number of disciplines, from fundamental scientific research to policy research. The main purpose of the research conducted at NSCR is to understand how and where criminal behaviour occurs. Furthermore, we look into how to respond to criminal behaviour. We also investigate the development of criminal behaviour over the life course, and the way in which criminal careers are intertwined with other pathways, such as the professional career and romantic relationships.
You can find the Annual Report 2016 here:
- Annual Report 2017 - April 16, 2018
- NSCR research: world leading and excellent - April 11, 2018
- Adult outcomes of vulnerable youths - January 7, 2018
- NSCR Annual Report 2016 available - May 31, 2017
- Three researchers to receive Research Talent funding - May 29, 2017
- The Farewell to Gerben Bruinsma - May 17, 2017
- Impact of imprisoned mothers on children - November 3, 2016
- NSCR Annual Report 2015 available - June 1, 2016
- Position Paper Terrorism and Cybercrime - May 27, 2016
- Invitation: Seminar on European security - May 17, 2016