Fact sheets (and underlying tables) are used to describe (juvenile) crime and relevant background characteristics of the municipality at a glance.
Deaths; murder and manslaughter, crime scene in The NetherlandsFigures
Persons died as a result of murder or manslaughter by location and method crime scene located in the Netherlands (residents or non-residents)
Data alliance between CBS and National Rapporteur on TraffickingArticles
Human trafficking and sexual violence against children are extremely serious crimes that have disruptive effects on the lives and well-being of victims.
Most Eritrean, Syrian status holders from 2015 living in the NetherlandsArticles
Of all people with Syrian or Eritrean nationality who applied for asylum in the Netherlands in 2015, more than 9 in 10 were living independently within a municipality at the end of June 2021.
Placed under supervisionOther
Decision by a juvenile court judge to place a minor under the supervision of a family guardian when a child grows up under threat of moral or physical abuse.
Annual Report Youth Monitor: key indicators 2015-2019Articles
In 2019, more young people were receiving youth care than in 2015.
A crime is solved when the police knows who at least one suspect is, even if that suspect is on the run or denies having committed the crime.
Fewer young burglarsArticles
In 2021, over 2 thousand people were registered as house burglary suspects, 24 percent fewer than in the previous year.
Labour participation of status holders stagnatingArticles
Of the status holders who obtained an asylum residence permit in 2014, 43 percent had a job by mid-2020.
Percentage of cases solvedOther
The total number of crimes solved in a given period expressed as a percentage of the number of crimes of the same sort recorded by the police in that period.
9 in 10 internet users protect their personal dataArticles
Of all people aged 12 years and over who use the internet, 90 percent say they took measures in 2020 to protect their personal data online.
Economy hit harder in most other EU countriesArticles
The Dutch economy was dealt a severe blow in the first half of 2020, with the contraction that occurred over the second quarter the severest ever recorded.
Someone aged over 12 who has experienced one or more of the types of common crime in the 12 months preceding the survey.
Tit-for-tat policy for young first offenders who have committed certain types of crime, such as vandalism, yobbism and less serious crimes against property.
The year of coronavirusArticles
2020 was the year of coronavirus. To what extent was 2020 different from 2019?
Using complexity science to understand social problemsArticles
On 1 January 2021, Statistics Netherlands (CBS) senior methodologist Frank Pijpers was appointed Professor of Complexity for Official Statistics at the University of Amsterdam (UvA).
Well-being differs between men and womenArticles
On a number of aspects, the well-being of men in the Netherlands is higher than that of women. For example, men are more likely to rate their own health as good or very good. Women do better than men on...
Further drop in registered crime and suspect ratesArticles
The crime rate has fallen since 2007: fewer registrations, suspects, criminal court cases and victims.
Fewer Dutch people are feeling unsafeArticles
Feelings of unsafety among Dutch people are declining progressively. In 2012, 37 percent indicated that they felt unsafe occasionally in general terms, versus 32 percent in 2019.
Deportation from the Netherlands to hand someone over to the authorities of another country because he/she committed a crime.