Dr.ir. M. (Marielle) den Hengst-Bruggeling

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Currently, Dr.ir. Mariëlle den Hengst-Bruggeling holds a position at both Delft University of Technology since 1994 and the Police academy of the Netherlands since 2009. From 2005 till 2008 she combined her Delft position with an affiliation at the Dutch Organization for Applied Scientific Research. In 1999 she received her PhD from Delft University of Technology, where she graduated cum laude in computer science in 1994 (MSc).

Her position as an assistant professor at the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands enables her to be involved in international research communities. In 2002, she was a visiting professor at the Department of Management Information Systems at the University of Arizona. She has been collaborating with researchers from University of Arizona, University of Nebraska, Brunel University and University of Maryland. She has been a chair of the Hawaii International Conference on System Science and has been a member of the international program committee for several forums (International Workshop on Groupware, Summer Computer Simulation Conference, European Simulation Symposium).

Her position as head of the research group Intelligence at the Police academy enables her to closely interact with end-users in the security application domain. She is one of the co-founders of the community of intelligence in which over 600 analysts from all over the security domain in the Netherlands collaborate to share best practices, knowledge, and experiences and to interact.

She has published several papers on her work at conferences and in journals, including International Journal of Electronic Commerce, Journal of Management Information Systems, Group Decision & Negotiation, Electronic Markets and Cahier Politiestudies.

  • Hengst, M. den, B. de Graaf and P. Scheepstal, ‘Modelling intelligence-led policing to identify its potential’, in: European Journal of Policing Studies, vol. 1, no. 3, 2014, p171-191
  • Hengst, M. den, E. Staffeleu, “Different information organisations to produce the same high quality intelligence. An overview of the police forces in the Netherlands”, in: Policing: a Journal of Policy and Practice (Oxford Journals), vol. 6, no. 2, 2012, p187-193

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Marielle den Hengst-Bruggeling

Assistant Professor

Department:

Multi-Actor Systems

Group:

Systems Engineering

Research interests:
Informed decision making
Intelligence
Systems thinking
Security

 


Additional information

Dr.ir. M. den Hengst-Bruggeling

nevenwerkzaamheden
-Overig - Haagse Hogeschool

2012-02-29 -

-Overig - Politieacademie

2014-02-18 -

publicaties
Het real-time informeren van noodhulpeenheden

peer reviewed : N

(2016) 212 pagina's , p.

auteurs

  • Astrid Scholtens
  • Marielle den Hengst-Bruggeling
  • Robin Waterreus
Met BART! Werken aan een Veilige Buurt

peer reviewed : N

(2016)

auteurs

  • Marielle den Hengst-Bruggeling
  • Richard Vriesde
  • Erwin Rouwenhorst
  • Arnout de Vries
  • Robert van den Berg
  • Hans Arnold
Wat ga jij doen vandaag?

peer reviewed : N

(2016)

auteurs

  • Michiel In't Veld
  • Marielle den Hengst-Bruggeling
Van intel tot operatie. De impact van veiligheidsanalisten bij de aanpak van misdaad

peer reviewed : N

(2015)

auteurs

  • Marielle den Hengst-Bruggeling
  • Monique Bruinsma
  • Yvette Schoenmakers
  • Willem Niepce
Aangifte via Intranet. Een evaluatie: onderbenut potentieel?

peer reviewed : N

(2014)

auteurs

  • M den Hengst
  • M Smit
  • E Oosterhuis
  • J Thakoerdin
Analyses beter gebruikt!

peer reviewed : N

Het Tijdschrift voor de Politie (2014) 3 pagina's , p. 15-17

auteurs

  • M den Hengst
Briefen bij evenementen. Een verkenning in de praktijk

peer reviewed : Y

Politie en evenementen: feiten, ervaringen en goede werkwijzen (2014) 206 pagina's , p. 78-92

auteurs

  • M in 't Veld
  • M Bruggeling

redacteuren

  • O Adang
Briefen voor en door basisteams. Een onderzoek naar verbetering in de overdracht van briefingsinformatie

peer reviewed : N

(2014) 155 pagina's , p.

auteurs

  • M in 't Veld
  • M den Hengst
Briefing: brij aan info of sturingsmiddel voor veiligheid?

peer reviewed : N

Het Tijdschrift voor de Politie (2014) 3 pagina's , p. 19-21

auteurs

  • M den Hengst
  • M in 't Veld
  • HR Regterschot
Intelligence bij evenementen: Een inventarisatie van risicomanagementpraktijken bij de politie

peer reviewed : N

(2014) 153 pagina's , p.

auteurs

  • M den Hengst
  • B Rovers
  • HR Regterschot
Modelling intelligence-led policing to identify its potential

peer reviewed : Y

European Journal of Policing Studies (2014) 21 pagina's , p. 171-191

auteurs

  • M den Hengst
  • B de Graaf
  • P Scheepstal