Judicial Rehabilitation in the Netherlands: Balancing between Safety and Privacy

@article{Boone2011JudicialRI,
  title={Judicial Rehabilitation in the Netherlands: Balancing between Safety and Privacy},
  author={Miranda Boone},
  journal={European Journal of Probation},
  year={2011},
  volume={3},
  pages={63 - 78}
}
  • M. Boone
  • Published 1 March 2011
  • Law
  • European Journal of Probation
This paper is part of a special edition on Judicial Rehabilitation, a topic that derived from Maruna's work on rehabilitation and rehabilitation rituals. It addresses the possibility of such rituals in the Netherlands. It describes which data concerning criminal convictions can be stored, how long they may be preserved and which persons and organisations can get access to the criminal records. It also pays attention to the jobs and position for which a conduct certificate is needed and the… 

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