Effective practices in probation supervision

Authors Jacqueline Bosker , Jolein Monnee-van Doornmalen , Denise van der Plaat , Renée Henskens
Publication date 1 January 2020
Research groups Working with Mandated Clients
Type Report

Summary

This systematic literature review describes what is known about the effectiveness of practices in probation supervision. Effectiveness is defined as: contributing to a reduction in recidivism, better functioning of clients in various areas, or prevention of non-compliance and drop-out. Based on a systematic research of Dutch and foreign literature, 141 articles and reports were selected and analysed

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Language English
Key words effectiveness, probation supervision

Jacqueline Bosker

Jacqueline Bosker | Professor | Working with Mandated Clients

Jacqueline Bosker

  • Professor
  • Research group: Working with Mandated Clients