A terrorist attack, a flu pandemic, flooding or a power outage: these are just a few examples of the disasters and crises that could threaten the Netherlands' national security. The government has catalogued these risks so that it can better prepare for emergencies and minimise their impact.
Question and answer
- Someone I know is on the verge of becoming radicalised. Where can I find help or information?
- How can I help prevent a terrorist attack?
- What do I need to do in the event of a disaster?
- What do I need to do when the public warning siren sounds?
- Combating jihadism
- Risk of an attack (threat level)
- Coordinating counterterrorism efforts
- Counterterrorism Alert System
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