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Ruth Prins

Assistant Professor

Name
Dr. R.S. Prins
Telephone
+31 70 800 9464
E-mail
isga@fgga.leidenuniv.nl

Ruth Prins has published on the role of Dutch mayors in local safety networks, integrated safety policies in the Netherlands, policing in European metropolises and crisis management structures. In her current research projects, Ruth Prins focuses on mayors tackling various threats to public order, the national police force in the Netherlands, leadership and crisis, administrative approaches to organized crime and agenda setting for public safety governance.

Extension number: 8364.

More information about Ruth Prins

Research 

Ruth Prins has published on the role of Dutch mayors in local safety networks, integrated safety policies in the Netherlands, policing in European metropolises and crisis management structures. In her current research projects, Ruth Prins focuses on mayors tackling various threats to public order, the national police force in the Netherlands, leadership and crisis, administrative approaches to organized crime and agenda setting for public safety governance.

Education

Sociology (BA)
Introduction to Crisis and Security Management (MA)
Crisis Management (MA)
Thesis supervision (MA)

CV

Ruth Prins has a background in Public Administration and is employed as an Assistant Professor at Leiden University, Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs.

Ruth Prins obtained a Master degree in Public Administration at Erasmus University Rotterdam in 2007 (Policy and Politics) and at the VU University Amsterdam in 2008 (Governance of Public Safety). She worked as a PhD Researcher and an Academic Teacher at the department of Public Administration at Erasmus University Rotterdam from 2009 to 2013. In 2014 Ruth Prins successfully defended her PhD-thesis titled 'Safety First. How local processes of securitization have affected the position and role of Dutch mayors at Erasmus University Rotterdam.

As of January 2014 Ruth Prins is employed as an Assistant Professor at Leiden University.

News (Dutch only)

‘Het veiligheidsbeleid nog meer naar de hand zetten’ - Interview Burgemeestersblad
http://www.burgemeesters.nl/system/files/BB74_web.pdf
‘Eenzame baasjes’ - Interview Mare http://www.mareonline.nl/archive/2014/10/15/eenzame-baasjes
‘Gefascineerd door veiligheid’ – Interview Sofa  http://www.eur.nl/fsw/sofa/sofaezine41/onderzoek/

 

Assistant Professor

  • Faculty Governance and Global Affairs
  • Institute of Security and Global Affairs

Work address

Wijnhaven
Turfmarkt 99
2511 DP The Hague
Room number 4.19

Contact

Publications

  • Het tijdschrift voor veiligheid Redactielid
  • Cahiers Politiestudies Lid academische adviesraad Nederland

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