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NCJ Number: 73967 Find in a Library
Title: Monthly Bulletin of Judicial Statistics, July 1980
Journal: Maandstatistiek politie justitie en brandweer  Volume:24  Issue:7  Dated:(July 1980)  Pages:complete issue
Corporate Author: Priuses Beatrixlaan 428
Centraal Bureau Voor de
Date Published: 1980
Page Count: 23
Type: Statistics
Format: Document
Language: Dutch
Country: Netherlands
Annotation: Dutch statistics on offenses, applications of the law against economic offenses, bankruptcies, and fires for early 1980 are reported.
Abstract: Statistical tables shows the offenses reported to the police in March 1980 by province, groups of communities, and kind of offenses, as well as offenses reported to the Royal Constabulary by the type of offense. Minor offenses for which reports were filed by the police or the Royal Constabulary or fines paid to avoid further prosecution are listed by the type of offense. Figures on the individuals taken into custody in the first quarter of 1980 are cited by district. A further set of tables contains figures on the investigation of applications of the law governing economic offenses, and treatment of offenses in the high court, the appeals court, and the district court. A list of economic offenses is included. Fire statistics for March and the first quarter of 1980 indicates fires by province, community, and type of fire, as well as accidents during fires, fires by kind, location, damage and insurance, and fires by object and cause. A graph traces the monthly course of bankruptcies from 1976 to May 1980.
Index Term(s): Crime Statistics; Fire losses; Netherlands; Police statistics; White collar crime
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