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IRCP conducts and promotes internationally relevant scientific research regarding criminal policy issues. The field of research of IRCP focuses on three main themes: justice and home affairs in the EU, international and comparative criminal law and criminal justice, and Belgian criminal law and criminal justice. More in-depth, the following phenomena are studied: drugs, organised crime and corruption, and trafficking in human beings and sexual exploitation of children.

 

IRCP documents

The IRCP organisation is more than just a research group. It also has hundreds of documents, white papers, research reports, press articles, and more. On the right you can browse the most recent documents.
 
 

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Sofie Van Roeyen

Latest documents & events:

Title Author(s) IRCP Theme Class Format
In the footsteps of John Howard. A contemporary prison tour across Europe Tom Vander Beken International and comparative law and criminal justice
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Non-Custodial Sentences: A Comparative Study between China and Europe International and comparative law and criminal justice
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Journey-to-crime at the offender level: typologies and principles Miscellaneous
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Evaluation of the application of local administrative sanctions by Belgian... Belgian criminal law and criminal justice
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IRCP-SVA Research Consortium Miscellaneous
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Detentie tijdens vredesmissies: een rechtsvergelijkende analyse International and comparative law and criminal justice
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Victimization in a context of migration and human smuggling Trafficking in human beings and sexual exploitation of children, International and comparative law and criminal justice
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The impact of electronic monitoring and imprisonment on the convict and his... Belgian criminal law and criminal justice
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Conducting a scientific study to obtain tactical information about fencing...
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Perspectives on the Legal Position of Detainees in China and Europe: A... International and comparative law and criminal justice
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