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Aflevering 2, 2022 Alle samenvattingen uitklappen
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Access_open Slagvaardigheid in democratisch gelegitimeerd staatsnoodrecht

Trefwoorden staatsnoodrecht, veiligheid, democratie
Auteurs Jasper Doomen
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    The need to modernize Dutch emergency law has been given due attention in the wake of the Minister of Justice and Security’s parliamentary document regarding the Policy plan on Crisis management of July 3, 2018. This article focuses on a specific domain of emergency law, and discusses the issue of whether revising the separate activation of emergency legislation is opportune, given the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic and other recent and future threats and societal developments. I inquire the possibility of direct use of separate ministerial competences and the position of the parliament in the decision-making process regarding the continuation of this separate activation of emergency legislation.


Jasper Doomen
Jasper Doomen is universitair docent aan de faculteit Rechtswetenschappen van de Open Universiteit. jasper.doomen@ou.nl

    It is expected that the Environmental Act will enter into force on 1 July 2023. With regard to the enforcement of the Environmental Act two types can be distinguished, namely administrative and criminal law enforcement. In essence the Environmental Act is administrative in nature, which means that there is an important role for administrative law enforcement. However, in many cases criminal law enforcement is possible as well. In this article the protection of animals in the Environmental Act is examined throughout a green criminological perspective. From a green criminological perspective the focus should be on criminal law enforcement instead of administrative enforcement. This should also be the case in the Environmental Act.


Benny van der Vorm
Benny van der Vorm is universitair docent straf(proces)recht en is verbonden aan het Montaigne Centrum voor Rechtsstaat en Rechtspleging en het Willem Pompe Instituut voor Strafrechtswetenschappen van de Universiteit Utrecht. b.vandervorm@uu.nl

Daan van Uhm
Daan van Uhm is universitair hoofddocent Criminologie en is verbonden aan het Utrechtse Centrum voor Regulering en Handhaving in Europa (RENFORCE) en het Willem Pompe Instituut voor Strafrechtswetenschappen van de Universiteit Utrecht. d.p.vanuhm@uu.nl
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Shaming: mogelijke aanpak van ondermijnende criminaliteit?

Trefwoorden shaming, exclusion of criminals, ethical dilemmas, organized crime
Auteurs Barbara Bannink en Nicolien Kop
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    There is a growing awareness that tackling organized crime requires more than the traditional criminal law route, which is why an innovative approach to this problem is being sought. The use of various methods of shaming are regularly considered. However, little research has been done into the usefulness of shaming as a way of combatting serious crime. This article explores three Dutch cases of organized crime in which shaming has been used. It discusses the possibilities, limitations, risks and ethical dilemmas associated with the use of government shaming.


Barbara Bannink
Barbara Bannink is werkzaam bij RIEC Midden-Nederland. B.Bannink_1@tilburguniversity.edu

Nicolien Kop
Nicolien Kop is werkzaam bij de Politieacademie. Nicolien.kop@politieacademie.nl
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Naar een reflexieve strafrechtspleging

Trefwoorden strafrechtsysteem, ondermijning, due process, crime control, reflexiviteit
Auteurs Jelle Kort
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    In recent years especially organized crime caused political unrest regarding the criminal justice system. In order to help safeguard the delicate balance between due process and crime control, this article advocates more systematic reflection on dilemmas in police work and criminal justice in general. In order to conceptually clarify this, the concept of reflexivity has been used. This article was based on an empirical study of the opinions of police officers, public prosecutors and criminal judges on the functioning of the criminal justice system.


Jelle Kort
Jelle Kort is docent/onderzoeker aan Saxion (University of Applied Sciences), Academie Bestuur, Recht en Ruimte, Integrale Veiligheidskunde, Lectoraat Maatschappelijke Veiligheid. schrijfjelle@gmail.com