Crime and Justice, Volume 35: Crime and Justice in the Netherlands

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This volume of Crime and Justice presents the first English-language survey of the Dutch criminal justice system. The Netherland's reputation for tolerance, harm-reduction approach to drug use, pragmatic policies toward prostitution, low imprisonment rates, and nonpolitical policy approach have long exemplified-to outsiders, at least-rational and humane approaches to crime and criminals. Its criminological research community has long been among the most active, influential, and visible in Europe. Crime and Justice in the Netherlands examines crime and punishment patterns and trends, crime control policies, and research traditions in areas where Dutch research is especially strong, such as immigration, ethnicity and crime, organized crime, organizational crime, delinquency, and sex offending.

There is much to be learned from looking across national boundaries to see similarities and differences among countries. Genuinely international literatures are emerging on a wide range of policy and research subjects. This volume is an important step toward a richer understanding of what are, after all, not uniquely Dutch or French or American problems, but human ones.

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Michael Tonry is director of the Institute on Crime and Public Policy, Sonosky Professor of Law and Public Policy at the University of Minnesota, and senior researcher, at the Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement, Leiden. Catrien Bijleveld is senior researcher at the Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement, Leiden, and professor of research methods in Criminology at the Free University, Amsterdam.

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Table of Contents

Preface     vii
Crime, Criminal Justice, and Criminology in the Netherlands   Michael Tonry   Catrien Bijleveld     1
The Road to Dystopia? Changes in the Penal Climate of the Netherlands   David Downes   Rene van Swaaningen     31
Dutch Tolerance: On Drugs, Prostitution, and Euthanasia   Ybo Buruma     73
The Dutch Criminological Enterprise   Josine Junger-Tas   Marianne Junger     115
Organized Crime, Transit Crime, and Racketeering   Edward R. Kleemans     163
Organizational Crime in the Netherlands   Henk van de Bunt   Wim Huisman     217
Juvenile Offending   Frank M. Weerman     261
Sex Offenders and Sex Offending   Catrien Bijleveld     319
The Fragmentation of Migration and Crime in the Netherlands   Godfried Engbersen   Joanne van der Leun   Jan de Boom     389
Urbanization and Urban Crime: Dutch Geographical and Environmental Research   Gerben J. N. Bruinsma     453
Serious and Violent Juvenile Delinquency: An Update   Rolf Loeber   Wim Slot     503
Index     593
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