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356 news items of Ministry of Justice and Security
Announcement of National Strategy for Combating Anti-Semitism
On Tuesday, 6 December and Wednesday, 7 December, the National Coordinator for Combating Anti-Semitism (NCAB) will be organising ...
Ensuring crisis management and fire services system is better prepared for future
How do we ensure that crisis management in the Netherlands stays future-proof? Today, the Minister for Justice and Security ...
More ways for the NCSC to share information on threats and incidents
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is constantly working to improve digital safety in the Netherlands. When the NCSC has ...
A stronger approach to threats from other countries
Minister Yeşilgöz-Zegerius (Justice and Security), acting on behalf of eight ministers, today sent a letter to Parliament ...
Legislative proposal: maximum sentence for participation in a terrorist organisation from 15 to 20 years
Terrorism poses a significant threat to the democratic rule of law and hence to the Netherlands. Over the past decades, ...
Minister expands free legal representation
From next year, parents in legal proceedings initiated by the State to intervene in families and remove children from parental ...
Additional measures for urgent improvement of youth protection
The government is taking additional measures to relieve the pressure on youth protection agencies in the short term. ...
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 ...