Dr. R. van Steden
Dr. R. van Steden
Associate professor public administration VU University
Verified email at vu.nl
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The growth of private security: Trends in the European Union
R Van Steden, R Sarre
Security journal 20 (4), 222-235, 2007
1432007
Privatizing policing: Describing and explaining the growth of private security
R Steden
Den Haag: Boom Juridische Uitgevers, 2007
115*2007
Citizen satisfaction with private security guards in the Netherlands: Perceptions of an ambiguous occupation
R van Steden, MK Nalla
European journal of criminology 7 (3), 214-234, 2010
552010
The ‘hidden strength’of active citizenship: The involvement of local residents in public safety projects
R van Steden, B van Caem, H Boutellier
Criminology and Criminal Justice 11 (5), 433-450, 2011
532011
The Growth of Privatized Policing: Some Cross‐national Data and Comparisons
R Van Steden, R Sarre
International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 31 (1), 51-71, 2007
532007
‘Acting like chameleons’: On the McDonaldization of private security
R Van Steden, J De Waard
Security Journal 26 (3), 294-309, 2013
452013
Overlapping values, mutual prejudices: Empirical research into the ethos of police officers and private security guards
R Van Steden, Z Van Der Wal, K Lasthuizen
Administration & society 47 (3), 220-243, 2015
392015
Research article the tragic quality of contract guards: A discussion of the reach and theory of private security in the world today
R van Steden, R Sarre
Journal of Criminal Justice Research 1 (1), 1-19, 2010
352010
The changing “soul” of Dutch policing: Responses to new security demands and the relationship with Dutch tradition
D Das, L Huberts, R van Steden
Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management 30 (3†…, 2007
352007
Angst en vertrouwen: het effect van positieve en negatieve factoren op veiligheidsbeleving
J Boers, JCJ Boutellier
Tijdschrift voor Veiligheid, 2008
322008
Governing nodal governance: the “anchoring” of local security networks
H Boutellier, R Steden
International and comparative criminal justice and urban governance†…, 2011
292011
Pluralisation of policing in England & Wales and the Netherlands: exploring similarity and difference
T Jones, R van Steden, H Boutellier
Policing & Society 19 (3), 282-299, 2009
292009
The many faces of nodal policing: Team play and improvisation in Dutch community safety
R Van Steden, J Wood, C Shearing, H Boutellier
Security journal 29 (3), 327-339, 2016
222016
Positive Security. A Theoretical Framework
M Schuilenburg, R van Steden
POSITIVE CRIMINOLOGY, 2014
162014
Versnipperde regie: de positie van de gemeente in een lokaal veiligheidsnetwerk
R Steden, JCJ Boutellier
Tijdschrift voor Veiligheid, 2010
13*2010
Burgerparticipatie in lokale veiligheidsnetwerken
R Van Steden
JustitiŽle verkenningen 35 (1), 29, 2009
132009
Democratic police governance in comparative perspective
T Jones, R van Steden
Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 2013
112013
Community policing “light”: on proximity and distance in the relationship between neighbourhood coordinators and citizens
B Caem, R Steden, H Boutellier, B Stokkom
Policing: a journal of policy and practice, 2013
102013
Beyond Crime Statistics: The Construction and Application of a Criminogenity Monitor in Amsterdam
R van Steden, H Boutellier, RD Scholte, M Heijnen
European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 19 (1), 47-62, 2013
102013
Straatcoaches in Slotervaart: enige kanttekeningen bij het idee van een ‘overheid op afstand’
R Van Steden
Tijdschrift voor Veiligheid, 2008
102008
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