Deaths; cause of death (extensive list), age and sexFigures
Number of deaths in the population of the Netherlands by main underlying cause of death (extensive list of 'three digit codes'), by age and sex
Life style and (preventive) health examination; personal characteristicsFigures
Smoking, alcohol and drug use, being overweight, physical activity, sexual health, nutrition, health examination, giving informal care.
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.
Thefts along the coast peak in summertimeArticles
On the coast, minor property crimes are more frequent during the summer compared to the rest of the year. Over one-quarter of the pickpocketing cases which were registered in coastal areas during the period 2016-2018 occurred in July and August.
Fewer women than men fall victim to violenceArticles
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 twice as often than their male peers that they have fallen victim to a sexual offence.
Drop in recorded and encountered crimeArticles
In 2017, 23% fewer crime victims than in 2012. Police recorded crime per inhabitant dropped by 30%.
Further drop in registered crime and suspect ratesArticles
The crime rate has fallen since 2007: fewer registrations, suspects, criminal court cases and victims.
Health, lifestyle, use of medical facilities; 2000-2009Figures
Medical consumption, health and disorders, physical impediments and lifestyle by characteristics of the consumer.
One quarter of young people victims of crimeArticles
Approximately one quarter of young people became victims of crime in 2012. Young men are more often victims of violent crimes than young women.
Most crimes not reported to the policeArticles
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.
One in five cases of sexual harassment occur in the workplaceArticles
In 2009, one in every forty women were subject to unwelcome sexual advances; 20 percent occurred in the workplace. Only 10 percent were reported to the police.
Crimes against property more often reported to the police than violent crimesArticles
Only 28 percent of crimes are reported to the police.
Crime victims by personal characteristicsFigures
Crime victims by background characteristics: sex, age, highest level of education, number of addresses per km2 of the place of residence
Victims of frequently occurring crimeFigures
Victims of frequently occurring crime. Violent crime, thelft, vandalism, hit - and-run accidents, harassment by phone