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Perpetrators and victims of youth crime

This video is available in Dutch only.

People who are criminally active, usually started this at a young age. Often already in the early puberty. How do some youngsters end up in crime while others don't? What factors play a role? Could it be that young perpetrators are also victims themselves? And is there anything to say about children who structurally fall victim to harassements? If you want to reduce crime and the number of victims in society, then you will need to have a good picture of these processes. And that is exactly what lies at the heart of the RADAR research funded by SASS.

This video contains images that might be experienced as shocking.


Produced by Fast Facts<br />
With the support of SASS<br />
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Thanks to Utrecht University and VU University<br />
With images from: YouTube<br />
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Made by: Jasmijn Snoijink 2015<br />
In cooperation with<br />
Camera &amp; editing: Michel Bosch<br />
Music: Daan van West<br />
Graphic design: SproetS<br />