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De interactie tussen migratiebeleid en penaal beleid ten aanzien van gedetineerden zonder recht op verblijf in België

Tijdschrift PROCES, Aflevering 6 2012
Trefwoorden migration policy, penal policy, illegal migrants, detention
Auteurs Steven De Ridder MSc. en Clara Vanquekelberghe MSc.
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    Ever since prison overcrowding in Belgium emerged in the late 1980s, irregular migrants in prison were subjected to penal and migration policy initiatives. In this article, particularly (1) the opening of closed administrative detention facilities, (2) the periods of administrative detention in prison and (3) the installation of migration officers who identify irregular migrants in prison will be scrutinized. We will argue that besides a legal approach of the concept Crimmigration − as the convergence of Criminal and Migration Law and procedures − the evolution of the presented migration and penal policy in Belgium is a crucial aspect of the process of Crimmigration.


Steven De Ridder MSc.
Steven De Ridder MSc. is assistent van de vakgroep Criminologie aan de faculteit Recht en Criminologie van de Vrije Universiteit Brussel en lid van de onderzoeksgroep Crime & Society (CriS).

Clara Vanquekelberghe MSc.
Clara Vanquekelberghe MSc. is master in de Criminologische Wetenschappen, behaald mede op basis van de masterproef getiteld De identificatie van irreguliere migratie? De rol van migratieambtenaren in een penale context (begeleider: prof. dr. K. Beyens).
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Maatregel of dubbele bestraffing?

Het misleidende instituut van de vervangende hechtenis bij de schadevergoedingsmaatregel

Tijdschrift PROCES, Aflevering 5 2012
Trefwoorden Order for damages, Substituting detention, Convicted persons, Victim
Auteurs An Klaasse en Mr. Sjoerd van Berge Henegouwen
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    When an order for damages – or ‘schadevergoedingsmaatregel’ – has been given in Dutch criminal proceedings, the administering judge subsequently has to order that if the convicted person fails to pay the order, so-called substituting detention will be applied (art. 36f par. 6 jo. 24c of the Dutch Criminal Code). This implies that persons who have been long-term convicted and/or have been placed at the disposal of the government (‘terbeschikkingstelling’) and who do not have the financial capacity to pay a substantial amount of the order for damages, need to undergo an inevitable substituting detention. Therefore, the term ‘substituting’ is misleading, since it does not eliminate the duty to pay the order for damages. For this reason, convicted persons with little financial capacity are de facto administered two punishments, the order for damages ánd the ‘substituting’ detention. Moreover, for both victims and society as a whole, the measure does not provide any solace. This article will discuss the legal and practical issues of the substituting detention related to the order for damages concerning convicted persons as well as the consequences for society and victims.


An Klaasse
An Klaasse is studente Rechtsgeleerdheid aan de Universiteit van Maastricht.

Mr. Sjoerd van Berge Henegouwen
Mr. Sjoerd van Berge Henegouwen is advocaat te Maastricht.
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De VOG en minderjarige wetsovertreders

Tijdschrift PROCES, Aflevering 2 2012
Trefwoorden juveniles, criminal records, reintegration, juvenile justice
Auteurs Prof. mr. drs. Mariëlle Bruning
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    Juvenile offenders are confronted with criminal records. When they want to start education, work or an internship after detention, they often need a certificate of good conduct. In the Netherlands in recent years it has become more difficult for youth offenders to receive this certificate; criminal records have a detrimental impact, in particular for sex offenders. International juvenile justice standards stress the importance of the right of youngsters to social reintegration and protection of the right to privacy and should lead to an adjustment of this policy of repression.


Prof. mr. drs. Mariëlle Bruning
Prof. mr. drs. Mariëlle Bruning is hoogleraar Jeugdrecht aan de Universiteit Leiden.
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