“No One Likes Us We Don’t Care”
www.hooligansatplay.com
Research In recent years there have been many investigations in connection with, among other things, disturbances that have occurred. The results are summarized in a report. Some of these reports are listed below. (Click on the PDF file) The most recent studies can be read here . All reports are written in Dutch.

Beach riots in Hook of Holland

Veronica Sunset Grooves Dance Festival, August 22, 2009 The COT Institute for Security and Crisis Management and Bureau Beke have, on behalf of the mayor of Rotterdam and in accordance with the triangle, conducted an in-depth investigation into the events in Hoek van Holland around the Veronica Sunset Grooves event on Saturday 22 August 2009. The investigation firstly covers a reconstruction of the actions of the police, judiciary, municipality, emergency services and private organizations before, during and after the Veronica Sunset Grooves event, including the course of events during the disturbances on the event site on Saturday evening.

Annual Report Football and Safety (Season 2017/2018)

The Central Information Point Football Vandalism. The Central Information Point Football Vandalism (CIV) is part of the National Police and falls under the National Information Organization Service (DLIO) of the National Unit. The CIV is active in the field of public order and safety in (professional) football.

Football Safety 2013-2016

Review of research by the Football and Safety Audit Team. The Football and Safety Audit Team has been in existence since 2003. The main objective of the Audit Team is to provide concrete advice and make recommendations on the approach to football hooliganism and football violence. The Audit Team focuses on the local 'football corner', consisting of the municipality, the police, the Public Prosecution Service (OM) and the Paid Football Organization (BVO).

Fight By Appointment (2017)

Insight into the phenomenon and input for the development of a police strategy. Supporter groups increasingly meet before or after a match or even outside the match day. In practice, the latter means, among other things, that confrontations take place in the nightlife or around other sports. Another example of displacement is confrontations by appointment. Agreements are made about the size of the group, the location of the appointment and rules surrounding the fight.

Rel minutes at the Maas building (September 17, 2011)

An investigation into disturbances at the Maas building. On Saturday, September 17, 2011, prior to the match Feyenoord - De Graafschap, a demonstration will take place by more than a thousand Feyenoord supporters against the club's policy. After the demonstration, a group of about three hundred people moves towards the Maas building. About 50 supporters are involved in violence. Short more violent disturbances arise. Rioters try to gain access to the building, vandalism is committed and some are injured. Police officers draw their service weapon. The events prompted the Football & Safety Audit Team to initiate an investigation.

Football Safety - An overview of the findings for the 2019/2020 season.

A report by the Football and Safety Audit Team (AVV) on the state of affairs regarding safety around football matches and what could be improved.

Get shot? (2011)

An investigation into the effect of measures against violence and nuisance related to professional football. In recent years, a wide range of measures have been taken to reduce and combat violence and nuisance caused by supporters. Commissioned by the Scientific Research and Documentation Center of the Ministry of Security and Justice, these football measures have been brought together in this research report and a picture is given of the nature, extent and development of violence and nuisance surrounding football and the effects of these measures.

Feyenoord - Ajax (April 23, 2006)

The National Ombudsman on the Limits of Criminal Law. Investigation into the actions of the Rotterdam-Rijnmond regional police and the Public Prosecution Service in Rotterdam around the Feyenoord - Ajax football match on April 23, 2006.

Football hooligans / football criminals 1997

Report of a round of talks among experts In the period from January 21 to March 6, 1997, interviews were held with a total of eight experts in the field of football hooliganism. The aim is to have as many different “parties” and knowledge about clubs as possible represented in this relatively small number of people. The interviews were to provide material for “an analysis of the profile and motives of the perpetrators of organized violence at football matches. The subjects discussed in this context were in principle the same for every discussion partner. However, the interviews focused on certain aspects, depending on the specific knowledge and experience of the person (s) involved.

Arrest, prosecution and punishment of hooligans.

Audit team Football hooliganism 2008 Maintaining public order at football matches roughly consists of three different phases, each with associated instruments. The first phase involves establishing rules and laws on the basis of which the perpetrators of football hooliganism can be arrested and prosecuted. The second phase concerns action when supporters (threaten to) violate the rules / laws. At that point, corrective action must be taken, by addressing supporters about their behavior or, if necessary, detaining them. In the second phase, the actions of the security organization of the clubs and police are central. The third phase of enforcement concerns the process of prosecuting and punishing the arrested perpetrators. The present investigation focuses mainly on the second and third phase of enforcement.

Have they gone completely crazy ?! - January 16, 2013

By Ronald Moes, January 16, 2013 An investigation into the profile of a disturber, from the database of notorious disturbers, within professional football in the Netherlands.
“No One Likes Us We Don’t Care”
www.hooligansatplay.com
Research In recent years there have been many investigations in connection with, among other things, disturbances that have occurred. The results are summarized in a report. Some of these reports are listed below. (Click on the PDF file) The most recent studies can be read here . All reports are written in Dutch.

Beach riots in Hook of Holland

Veronica Sunset Grooves Dance Festival, August 22, 2009 The COT Institute for Security and Crisis Management and Bureau Beke have, on behalf of the mayor of Rotterdam and in accordance with the triangle, conducted an in-depth investigation into the events in Hoek van Holland around the Veronica Sunset Grooves event on Saturday 22 August 2009. The investigation firstly covers a reconstruction of the actions of the police, judiciary, municipality, emergency services and private organizations before, during and after the Veronica Sunset Grooves event, including the course of events during the disturbances on the event site on Saturday evening.

Annual Report Football and Safety (Season

2017/2018)

The Central Information Point Football Vandalism. The Central Information Point Football Vandalism (CIV) is part of the National Police and falls under the National Information Organization Service (DLIO) of the National Unit. The CIV is active in the field of public order and safety in (professional) football.

Football Safety 2013-2016

Review of research by the Football and Safety Audit Team. The Football and Safety Audit Team has been in existence since 2003. The main objective of the Audit Team is to provide concrete advice and make recommendations on the approach to football hooliganism and football violence. The Audit Team focuses on the local 'football corner', consisting of the municipality, the police, the Public Prosecution Service (OM) and the Paid Football Organization (BVO).

Fight By Appointment (2017)

Insight into the phenomenon and input for the development of a police strategy. Supporter groups increasingly meet before or after a match or even outside the match day. In practice, the latter means, among other things, that confrontations take place in the nightlife or around other sports. Another example of displacement is confrontations by appointment. Agreements are made about the size of the group, the location of the appointment and rules surrounding the fight.

Rel minutes at the Maas building (September 17, 2011)

An investigation into disturbances at the Maas building. On Saturday, September 17, 2011, prior to the match Feyenoord - De Graafschap, a demonstration will take place by more than a thousand Feyenoord supporters against the club's policy. After the demonstration, a group of about three hundred people moves towards the Maas building. About 50 supporters are involved in violence. Short more violent disturbances arise. Rioters try to gain access to the building, vandalism is committed and some are injured. Police officers draw their service weapon. The events prompted the Football & Safety Audit Team to initiate an investigation.

Football Safety - An overview of the findings for the

2019/2020 season.

A report by the Football and Safety Audit Team (AVV) on the state of affairs regarding safety around football matches and what could be improved.

Get shot? (2011)

An investigation into the effect of measures against violence and nuisance related to professional football. In recent years, a wide range of measures have been taken to reduce and combat violence and nuisance caused by supporters. Commissioned by the Scientific Research and Documentation Center of the Ministry of Security and Justice, these football measures have been brought together in this research report and a picture is given of the nature, extent and development of violence and nuisance surrounding football and the effects of these measures.

Feyenoord - Ajax (April 23, 2006)

The National Ombudsman on the Limits of Criminal Law. Investigation into the actions of the Rotterdam- Rijnmond regional police and the Public Prosecution Service in Rotterdam around the Feyenoord - Ajax football match on April 23, 2006.

Football hooligans / football criminals 1997

Report of a round of talks among experts In the period from January 21 to March 6, 1997, interviews were held with a total of eight experts in the field of football hooliganism. The aim is to have as many different “parties” and knowledge about clubs as possible represented in this relatively small number of people. The interviews were to provide material for “an analysis of the profile and motives of the perpetrators of organized violence at football matches. The subjects discussed in this context were in principle the same for every discussion partner. However, the interviews focused on certain aspects, depending on the specific knowledge and experience of the person (s) involved.

Arrest, prosecution and punishment of hooligans.

Audit team Football hooliganism 2008 Maintaining public order at football matches roughly consists of three different phases, each with associated instruments. The first phase involves establishing rules and laws on the basis of which the perpetrators of football hooliganism can be arrested and prosecuted. The second phase concerns action when supporters (threaten to) violate the rules / laws. At that point, corrective action must be taken, by addressing supporters about their behavior or, if necessary, detaining them. In the second phase, the actions of the security organization of the clubs and police are central. The third phase of enforcement concerns the process of prosecuting and punishing the arrested perpetrators. The present investigation focuses mainly on the second and third phase of enforcement.

Have they gone completely crazy ?! - January 16,

2013

By Ronald Moes, January 16, 2013 An investigation into the profile of a disturber, from the database of notorious disturbers, within professional football in the Netherlands.