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Registered crime down in 2012

Dutch police recorded 5 percent fewer criminal offences in 2012 than in 2011. Registered crime in the Netherlands has been showing a downward trend for a number of years now. However, the number of...

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Victims workplace aggression feel less healthy

Victims of workplace aggression more often report a poor state of health than their colleagues who do not face aggression at work. They are also more dissatisfied with their job and are more often...

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165 murder and manslaughter victims in 2011

There were 165 victims of murder and manslaughter in the  Netherlands in 2011. That is 7 more than in 2010.

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Further drop in crime suspect rates

In 2017, fewer crime suspects were registered by the police than in 2016: a decrease of 11 percent.

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One in five businesses fall victim to cybercrime

Over 20 percent of businesses had to deal with the consequences of cyber attacks in 2016.

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Fewer young crime suspects

According to the police, 262 thousand persons were once or more than once suspected of criminal activities in 2011, a decline by 20 percent relative to 2007. The crime rate fell noticeably among...

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Three percent of online buyers and sellers victims of fraud

In 2012, 3 percent of the Dutch population aged 15 years or older reported that they had been a victim of online fraud when buying or selling goods or services online. This is the equivalent of...

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Fire services; fires, victims and rescues, employees, costs 1985-2013

Fires by cause and object, indoor fires, outdoor fires, victims and rescues, employees, fire equipment, costs

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No further decline in registered crime

Last year, 1.2 million crimes were registered by the police, about the same amount as in 2006.

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Registered crime remains at same level

Dutch police forces recorded more than 1 million criminal offences in 2009. This puts registered crime at the same level as in the previous year.

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Police investigation more expensive, fewer crimes solved

The police spent more than 2.4 billion euro in 2009 on investigation activities, i.e. an increase by 12 percent relative to 2005. The police registered a 7 percent increase in offences from 2005, but...

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Dutch well-being high, but under increasing pressure

it is becoming more difficult to maintain this level of well-being. Many elements of Dutch natural capital are showing systemic deterioration, with increasing pressure on plant and animal...

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People in the south of the Netherlands more active in crime prevention

Residents of the south part of the Netherlands are more active in crime prevention than people living elsewhere. They look better after their possessions and their homes are better protected. People...

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