The National Public Prosecutors’ Office (Landelijk Parket) focuses on international forms of organised crime and crime that undermines society, such as human trafficking, terrorism, drug trafficking, money laundering related to organised crime, international war crimes, child pornography, child sex tourism and cybercrime. These serious, and often invisible, forms of crime damage the fabric of society and therefore require a coordinated approach involving partners both within and outside the Public Prosecution Service.
إلقاء القبض في مدينة آركل على شخص يُعتقد أنه كان قائداً أمنياً في الدولة الإسلامية
17-01-2023 | 09:10
Eritrean suspect of large-scale migration crime appears before Dutch court
10-01-2023 | 15:17
A total of seven people are summoned in a lawsuit against an international organization involved in migration crime. This was ...
Eritrean human smuggler wanted by the Netherlands arrested in Sudan
05-01-2023 | 18:00
A 39-year-old Eritrean man, who has been on the Netherlands’ most wanted list since October 2021, was arrested on 1 January 2023 ...
Netherlands Public Prosecution Service does not appeal the judgement in criminal case MH17
01-12-2022 | 17:29
The Netherlands Public Prosecution Service (PPS) has not appealed the judgement in the MH17 criminal case. The Public Prosecution ...
Alleged militia member linked to Syrian regime to remain in custody on suspicion of war crimes
12-08-2022 | 12:13
The 34-year-old man who was arrested in the Dutch town of Kerkrade in May 2022 has appeared for the first time before the Court ...
Digital navigation through application 'The MH17 Criminal files'
18-05-2022 | 14:00
This week the Netherlands Public Prosecution Service has addressed the District Court of The Hague for the final time in the MH17 ...