In 2010 the Glen Mills treatment programme at a residential facility for juvenile delinquents in Wezep was cancelled. I contend that the Glen Mills method might work excellently in the Netherlands, but only if it is applied fully and without reservations.
Tag: Juvenile Delinquency
“Do you want to learn how to lock up as many children as possible?!” A research trip to five juvenile justice systems in the United States.
The imposed maximum juvenile detention sentences in the infamous ‘Linesman-case’ give rise to the question whether retribution, general deterrence and compensation for a shocked society can be considered legitimate objectives of Dutch juvenile justice.