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


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