Tag Archive for Police

Hoe een ‘kalifaatgezin’ uit Huizen een stempel kreeg waar het nooit meer vanaf komt (De Correspondent)

For De Correspondent I wrote an update on an interview I did back in 2014 with researcher Sven Brinkhoff, concerning starting information for criminal investigations. The reason for the update was a news article by De Volkskrant stating that the police had incorrectly judged and acted upon a piece of information it had received from the Dutch intelligence services, meaning an innocent family were jailed upon suspicion of joining ISIL.

Read my update here.

Hoe een kalifaatgezin

Hoe de overheid de strijd tegen fraude wél kan winnen (De Correspondent)

For De Correspondent I interviewed a researcher who analysed multiple fraud cases and categorised five types of frauds, for whom he designed distinct methods for fraud prevention and detection.

Read the full article here.

Hoe de overheid

Waarom informatie in strafzaken steeds schimmiger is (De Correspondent)

For De Correspondent I interviewed researcher Sven Brinkhoff, who found that the initial details of a prosecution case (advance information) are not always checked for lawfulness in advance, which leads to the use of unnecessary coercive measures against innocent citizens.

Read the full article here.

Waarom informatie in strafzaken steeds schimmiger is

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