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Glaser, Michael (author)
Currently, the Dutch National Police are looking to optimize resource allocation and decision-making through the measurement of the concept: “safety.” However, the measurement of safety does not have a universally defined method in the branch of policing and security. Qualitative data collection methods are being increasingly implemented in...
master thesis 2023
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van Klingeren, Imme (author)
Domestic violence is defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as “any behavior within an intimate relationship that causes physical, sexual or psychological harm” (2013). Blijf Groep is one of the organizations in the Netherlands that concerns itself with the subject of domestic violence.<br/><br/>Whilst social, environmental, family, and...
master thesis 2023
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Noroozian, A. (author)
Hosting providers are theoretically in a key position to combat cybercrime as they are often the entities renting out the resources that end up being abused by miscreants. Yet, notwithstanding hosting providers' current security measures to combat abuse, their responses vary widely. In many cases the response is ineffective, as empirical...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Janssen, H.J. (author), Oberwittler, Dietrich (author), Koeber, Goeran (author)
Objectives<br/>We examined the effects of victimization on several aspects of well-being in a longitudinal study of a general population sample. Previous research has often been inconclusive, as it was largely based on cross-sectional data and prone to problems of unobserved heterogeneity and selection bias. We examined both between-person...
journal article 2020
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van der Wagen, Wytske (author), Pieters, W. (author)
Victims are often conceptualized as single, human and static entities with certain risk factors that make them more vulnerable and attractive for offenders. This framework is challenged by emerging forms of high-tech cybercrime, such as ransomware, botnets and virtual theft, in which the offender targets a composite of human, technical and...
journal article 2018
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Bouma, Heleen (author)
This thesis describes the process of the development of the toolkit: Durf te delen (Dare to share). A toolkit to support both a victim of sexual abuse and her confidant (person of trust) during the process of disclosing the experience with sexual abuse. This thesis focuses on female victims, due to the fact only women participated in the...
master thesis 2017
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Oude Nijhuis, R. (author)
Avalanches cause injuries to more than 1500 people on an annual basis. 150 of those victims do not live to tell the tale. As such, avalanches are the most prominent safety concern for freeriders. Most lives can be saved by prolonging the breathing period that buried avalanche victims have from 15 minutes (after which acute asphyxiation occurs)...
master thesis 2016
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Nezirovi?, A.N. (author)
Rescue dogs are commonly used during the urban search-and-rescue (USAR) operations for the initial indication on the presence of trapped victims after the collapse of man-made structures. However, dogs are not able to inform the rescue crews whether the trapped victims are alive or not and where exactly they are located. Other complementary...
doctoral thesis 2010
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