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Report on Integration and Society, 2022
The Report on Integration and Society (Rapportage Integratie en Samenleven) describes how groups of different origins relate to the average of the Dutch population.
People with low education and migration background have lowest levels of well-being
People in the Netherlands with low levels of education and those with a migration background have lower levels of well-being than those with higher education and those without a migration background.
The Emancipation Monitor describes the position of women as compared to men in the areas of education, employment, income, work and care, crime victim rates and safety, and health. It also measures...
The Annual Report Youth Monitor 2022
The Annual Report Youth Monitor 2021 Summary presents an outline of the living situation of young people in the Kingdom of the Netherlands, including those in the Caribbean Netherlands.
Drop in recorded and encountered crime
In 2017, 23% fewer crime victims than in 2012. Police recorded crime per inhabitant dropped by 30%.
Fewer women than men fall victim to violence
In 2017, 1.7% of women aged 15 years or older said they had been the victim of one or more violent crimes, against 2.5% of men. Intimidation is the most common crime among both sexes. Women report...
Many suspects also victims
Persons suspected of criminal activities one and a half times as often fall victim to criminal offences as people who have never been suspected of criminal activities.
Common crime down slightly
A quarter of the population indicated that they had been the victim of common crime in 2003. This is les than in 2002, but about the same as in the years before that. Theft and vandalism decreased,...
Crime down, people feel safer
20 percent of the Dutch population aged 15 years and older do not feel safe at times.
Common crime stabilised
In 2004 a quarter of the Dutch population indicated they had been victims of common crime. This is about the same as in 2003 but less than in 2002. The share of violent crime victims fell slightly in...
Crime rate marginally down
The proportion of Dutch aged 15 years and older who report to have beenvictims of common crimes like vandalism, violence and property offences hasbeen reduced marginally last year to just over 25...
Crimes against property more often reported to the police than violent crimes
Only 28 percent of crimes are reported to the police.
More murder and manslaughter victims in 2017
In 2017 there were 158 victims of murder and manslaughter in the Netherlands, including 112 men and 46 women. There were 108 victims in 2016.
Fewer homicides in 2020, but more young people killed
In 2020, there were 121 victims of murder or manslaughter in the Netherlands, 4 fewer than in 2019.
Fewer minors suspected of crimes
In 2011 372 thousand crime suspects were registered. That was nearly 3 percent less than the year before.
Deaths; murder and manslaughter, crime scene in The Netherlands, 1996-2018
Persons died as a result of murder or manslaughter by location and method crime scene located in the Netherlands (residents or non-residents)
Most crimes not reported to the police
Most crimes experienced by the Dutch population are not reported to the police. Victims report only about a third of offences to the police and only a quarter are actually officially recorded.
More than 200 thousand victims of skimming or phishing
Last year, 1.5 percent in the Dutch population aged 15 years and older (more than 200 thousand individuals) fell victim to identity fraud while using ticket machines, cash dispensers or browsing the...