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319 news items of Ministry of Justice and Security
Remigration policy for non-Ukrainian displaced persons
Are you staying in the Netherlands under the Temporary Protection Directive (TPD), but you are not a Ukrainian citizen and have ...
Legislative proposal: better distribution of sufficient reception places across the Netherlands
Working together to ensure sufficient asylum reception facilities with a more balanced distribution across the country. This is ...
Almost 3 million minor traffic offences recorded in the second four-month period of 2022
In the second four-month period of 2022 (May–August), 2,937,812 minor traffic offences were penalised under the Traffic ...
Initiative to restrict the online sale of anti-Semitic literature and products
Unfortunately, anti-Semitic literature is still on sale. As people increasingly shop through web shops and online platforms, a ...
NCTV Threat Assessment: threats in and to the Netherlands more vague and multifaceted
At this time, there are no concrete indications that radicalised individuals are preparing an attack. However, there are groups ...
Fight against organised crime ramped up on all fronts
Serious crime is increasingly undermining the safety of our society and our open economy. The international drug trade involves ...
Organised crime under scrutiny 2022
Tackling organised crime requires constant innovation. Confiscating criminals’ money is an alluring prospect: get the money, and ...
Nearly €30 million to tackle drug trafficking via mainports
Dutch mainports must be made as unattractive as possible for international drug trafficking. Our major logistical hubs – the ...
Phased amendments to the Regulation on reception of displaced persons from Ukraine
When war broke out in Ukraine, a large number of refugees arrived in the Netherlands virtually overnight. As a result, the ...
Additional measures in response to larger number of expected asylum applications
The number of applications for asylum is on the rise across Europe. The Netherlands now expects to receive 48,200 applications ...