A committee of six national and international experts visited the NSCR in September 2017. The evaluation is part of the six-yearly cycle in which all NWO institutes are assessed, on scientific quality, societal relevance and viability. The committee characterized the NSCR as a world-class institute, where socially relevant research is conducted in a stimulating multidisciplinary […]
Three researchers to receive Research Talent funding
The board of the NWO domain Social Sciences and Humanities decided last week which proposals will receive funding under the Research Talent programme. Research Talent offers excellent students in the social and behavioural sciences the opportunity to do PhD research. Three up-and-coming researchers are to conduct PhD research at NSCR with NWO funding, namely Gabriele […]
In May 2017 former director Gerben Bruinsma retired from the Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR). To mark this occasion, NSCR organised a symposium on Friday, May 12th 2017, focusing on his contribution to criminology. Gerben Bruinsma obtained his PhD at the University of Nijmegen in 1985. His dissertation examined […]
NSCR conducts fundamental scientific research into crime and law enforcement. Our research is substantively innovative, methodologically state-of-the-art and contributes to the solution of major societal issues in the field of security and justice.
NSCR is part of the Institutes Organisation of the Dutch Research Council (NWO).