Sanne Korhorn | Researcher | Research group Knowledge analysis societal security

Sanne Korhorn

Researcher

Criminologist Sanne Korhorn (1994) is associated as researcher with the research group Knowledge analysis societal security. Within this research group, she contributes to various studies that focus on personalised programmes for adolescents and young adults with complex issues and convictions, as well as municipal collaboration in this area. She is particularly closely involved in the ‘HIT’ pilot project in Rotterdam (a new, municipal programme for High Impact Targets), the ‘Startbaan’ project and ‘Koers en Kansen’.

For her graduation project, Sanne researched the backgrounds of HIT youth participating in the Rotterdam intervention programme ‘Schoon Schip’. Before this, she worked as a Criminology tutor at Erasmus University Rotterdam, as well as working as a peripatetic supervisor within a specialist LVB+ team at Middin. Here, she gained considerable experience working with clients with a complex mild mental handicap – a highly vulnerable group – and with the development of forensic care.

Sanne feels a strong social involvement and a drive to keep making the world a better place: by translating theory into practice and utilising scientific insights to promote social progress – with a specific focus on the interface of care and societal security.

Fields of expertise

  • Criminology
  • Personalised approach
  • HIT

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Sanne Korhorn | Researcher | Research group Knowledge analysis societal security

Sanne Korhorn

  • Researcher
  • Research group: Knowledge Analysis Societal Security