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This part of the website includes reports about terrorism and counterterrorism. Downloads are available of the NCTV and the General Intelligence and Security Service (AIVD). A complete overview of AIVD-reports is provided at the AIVD-website. Reports of the Research and Documentation Centre (WODC) are also included.

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  • WODC-report: Policy measures for impovement of fire safety in homes in the Netherlands

    Report | 16-06-2014 | pdf-document | 68 KB

    This study on behalf of the NCTV focuses on policy measures that can improve fire safety in homes in the Netherlands. As a first step an inventory of possible policy measures was made: a long list. Four measures were selected from this list. These measures were then further specified and an estimate was made of the social costs and benefits involved in introducing the selected policy measures. The results presented here can be helpful in making policy decisions.

  • Handling ethical problems in counterterrorism - An inventory of methods to support ethical decisionmaking

    Report | 07-02-2014 | pdf-document | 0.91 MB

    This report presents the findings of a study into methods that can help counterterrorism professionals make decisions about ethical problems. The study was commissioned by the Research and Documentation Centre (Wetenschappelijk Onderzoeken Documentatiecentrum, WODC) of the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice (Ministerie van Veiligheid en Justitie), on behalf of the National Coordinator for Counterterrorism and Security (Nationaal Coördinator Terrorismebestrijding en Veiligheid, NCTV). The research team at RAND Europe was complemented by applied ethics expert Anke van Gorp from the Research Centre for Social Innovation (Kenniscentrum Sociale Innovatie) at Hogeschool Utrecht. The study provides an inventory of methods to support ethical decision-making in counterterrorism, drawing on the experience of other public sectors – healthcare, social work, policing and intelligence – and multiple countries, primarily the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

  • The Role of Communication in Crowd Management and Crowd Control

    Report | 03-10-2013 | pdf-document | 0.51 MB

    This research aims to explore academic and practical expertise, to enable local governments, safety regions, and event organisers to effectively apply formal and informal communication in the context of major events.

  • WODC report summary: Freeze-fight-flight responses in perpetrators of violent attacks and their victims

    Report | 02-07-2013 | pdf-document | 0.29 MB

    Recent violent attacks in the Netherlands have highlighted the importance of understanding the behaviors of the perpetrators and their victims. According to the Nationaal Coördinator Terrorismebestrijding en Veiligheid (NCTV), advancing the knowledge on the possible explanatory roles of the fight-or-flight response may provide valuable information for guiding the development of policies regarding violent attacks. To this end, the Research and Documentation Centre (WODC) of the Ministry of Security and Justice commissioned a literature review and an experimental study on the possible roles of freeze-fight-flight responses in explaining the behavior observed in perpetrators of violent attacks and their victims, with a specific focus on attacks carried out by violent radicalized loners (Dutch: gewelddadige geradicaliseerde eenling). The results are presented in this report.

  • WODC-report: A framework for an effective evaluation of crisis management exercises

    Report | 13-06-2013 | pdf-document | 0.23 MB

    Collecting and analysing evaluations of crisis management exercises starting from 2006 with the purpose of searching for the evaluation criteria used and examining whether a framework for a (more) effective evaluation of crisis management exercises can be discovered”. That was, in short, the assignment from the scientific research and documentation centre of the Dutch Ministry of Justice and Safety to the Radboud University/ITS. The main findings of the research are listed below, as well as the final framework and a practical recommendation for the application of the framework.

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