According to Panhuis (68), who investigated suspects for justice for thirty years, there is a lack of focus.
"It wants to protect and treat people. And it puts people with the most diverse problems together. When treating disturbed people you have to ensure a homogeneous group of patients," he tells the magazine.
According to psychiatrists, the group of sexual offenders with a personality disorder is the most dangerous.
Maintaining the system for this group does injustice to the psychiatric and otherwise vulnerable people whose illnesses with medication and counseling can be "controlled properly," the psychiatrist says.