prof.mr. (Sanne) S Struijk

Biography

Criminal law

Penal law

Penitentiary law

Erasmus School of Law

Full professor | Criminal Law
Email
struijk@law.eur.nl
Room
L5-122
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

Erasmus School of Law

Associate professor | Criminal Law
Email
struijk@law.eur.nl
Room
L5-122
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

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Work

  • Sanne Struijk (13 February 2023) - The long-term perspective of systematic offender measure appears to lag behind
  • Sanne Struijk (18 August 2022) - Reintegration detainee stalls due to long waiting time for leave
  • Sanne Struijk (22 June 2022) - -Erasmus University Rotterdam : Will assassins be punished harder?
  • Sanne Struijk (10 May 2022) - -Erasmus University Rotterdam : Will manslaughter be penalised more severely in the future?
  • Sanne Struijk (21 January 2022) - Sanne Struijk appointed as Professor of Penal Law
  • Sanne Struijk (15 July 2021) - Inmates longer in jail due to changes in the law
  • Sanne Struijk (22 March 2020) - ABC news
  • Sanne Struijk (1 January 2020) - '53.4 Gedragsbeïnvloedende en vrijheidsbeperkende maatregel’
  • Sanne Struijk (23 February 2017) - moma-Reporter
  • Sanne Struijk (24 April 2015) - NPO Radio 1

  • Sanne Struijk (2020) - Erasmus Law Review (Journal)
  • Sanne Struijk (2020) - Erasmus Law Review (Journal)
  • Sanne Struijk (2019) - Over holle f(r)ases en de openheid van detentie
  • Sanne Struijk (2017) - Prisoners’ rights, responsibility, and rehabilitation: the case of the Netherlands
  • Sanne Struijk (2016) - From young adult offenders to repeat offenders: looking at the Dutch prison system and the impact of detention on prisoners from an academic and judicial point of view
  • Sanne Struijk (2015) - De ISD: een ultimum remedium of een optimum remedium?
  • Sanne Struijk (2014) - Substance Abuse by Repeat Offenders in the Netherlands. From diversion to coercion
  • Sanne Struijk (2013) - Criminal measure for persistent offenders (ISD). Confinement and/or Treatment?
  • Sanne Struijk (2013) - Discussions About Risk Assessment in Court. A Dutch Perspective
  • Michiel Wolf, Sanne Struijk, Paul Mevis & Hjalmar Marle (2012) - The growing use of indeterminate confinement across countries: Implications for forensic practice and policy: The Netherlands

Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

Start date approval
May 2021
End date approval
May 2024
Place
GRONINGEN
Description
Bijzonder Hoogleraar Penologie en Penitiair recht

Commissie Toezicht Penitentiaire Inr. de Schie

Start date approval
November 2023
End date approval
November 2026
Place
ROTTERDAM
Description
lid commissie

Delikt en Delinkwent

Start date approval
November 2023
End date approval
November 2026
Place
DEVENTER
Description
Onderzoek

Kluwer, tijdschrift Sancties

Start date approval
November 2023
End date approval
November 2026
Place
ONBEKEND
Description
redactielid

Sector Strafrecht Rechtbank Rotterdam

Start date approval
November 2023
End date approval
November 2026
Place
ROTTERDAM
Description
plaatsvervanger

Ver. Penitentiair recht En Penologie

Start date approval
November 2023
End date approval
November 2026
Place
UTRECHT
Description
bestuurslid

Research Lab Criminal Law

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2023
Course Code
RB42

Introduction to Criminal Law

Year Level
bachelor 1, bachelor 1
Year
2023
Course Code
RD113

Introduction to Criminal Law

Year Level
bachelor 1, bachelor 1, bachelor 2
Year
2023
Course Code
RR113

News regarding prof.mr. (Sanne) S Struijk

Sanne Struijk on systemic distortions in sanctions law: 'A reconsideration of the revision of the sanctioning system is much needed'

With her inaugural lecture, Sanne Struijk officially accepted her position as Professor of Penal Law at Erasmus School of Law.
Sanne Struijk

The long-term perspective of systematic offender measure appears to lag behind

Sanne Struijk argues that the legal and policy framework is obstructing the potential of the measure Institution for Systematic Offenders.
Sanne Struijk

Will assassins be punished harder?

Sanne Struijk, Professor of Penal Law at Erasmus School of Law, explains how punishments can become severer and what role society plays in this.
Sanne Struijk

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