It will still be some time before we have the results of the investigations into the accident with the monster truck in Haaksbergen.
Achtkarspelen municipality and football club SC Twijzel will not be prosecuted for the collapse of a dugout in Twijzel.
The Public Prosecutor has initiated an investigation into possible fraud ad price fixing among companies in the automation industry.
The so called "back hacking law", the legislative proposal cybercrime II, will be submitted to the Second Chamber early next year.
Investigators in Amsterdam arrested a 26-year-old man suspected of plotting terrorist attacks against police officers. The Moroccan-born man was in the country illegally, staying with family, the Public Prosecutor’s office said Friday.
Today the Public Prosecutor argued in court in Zuthpen that the police officer who caused a fatal car accident in Apeldoorn last October, violated the guidelines of the police.
The Public Prosecutor informed Member of Parliament Geert Wilders today that he is considered a suspect for inciting discrimination against Moroccans.
The police acted wrongly after a conversation with the later murdered musician Arjun Autar from Rotterdam
After Tuesday night's broadcast of Opsporing Verzocht, the police have received more than 150 tips regarding the murder of former Minister Els Borst.
The controversial Israeli Rabbi Eliezer Berland, who is suspected of sexual abuse in his own country, remains at large.
On Tuesday, September 30th, the police arrested four people at a commercial building on Kalmoesstraat, Eindhoven, on suspicion of trafficking in narcotics.
In the case against swim coach Jocob V. (28) from Soest, the defenses asked the court in Haarlem on Thursday to hear the victims testify. Lawyer Xander Sijmons also wants access to conversations that parents conducted at a private forum.
Minister Plasterk of Kingdom Affairs is intervening in St. Maarten.
The Public Prosecutor announced today that the prisoner from the psychiatric ward De Rooyse Wissel who escaped on Thursday during a supervised leave, has been arrested again.
On Thursday a patient of psychiatric ward De Rooyse Wissel escaped his counselor during his leave.
On Tuesday morning September 30th, investigators from the Office of Financial and Economic Investigation and the Amsterdam police arrested two men and one woman (between the ages of 40 and 44 years) on suspicion of fraud. The three suspects are the owners of a hotel business in Amsterdam.
An investigation team of the police has completed the investigation into large scale copper thefts. Four suspects have been arrested on suspicion of involvement in a large number of thefts from the buildings of various high voltage substations in the eastern Netherlands.
The special investigation team was formed early in 2014 in consultation with the Public Prosecutor. This decision was made following a large number of burglaries at grid substations in the eastern part of the country in 2013. Mostly copper material was stolen during the burglaries.
It is not yet clear when the Public Prosecutor in The Hague will make a decision on the prosecution of PVV leader Geert Wilders.
Public prosecutor Frits van Straelen says he is convinced that Mohammed Bouyeri "did not act alone" in killing film maker Theo van Gogh on 2 November 2004. In the television program Dossier EenVandaag, Van Straelen says that the case into Van Gogh's murder "produced frustratingly little."
The Public Prosecutor announced on Friday that the taxi driver who was arrested in May because a passenger jumped out of the cab and died, will not be prosecuted.
The 39 year old Abdulbaset A, who according to justice caused the fire in the center of Leeuwarden, should receive a six month prison sentence.
The Public Prosecutor started a new preliminary investigation into Willem Holleeder on September 10th. The investigation is led by investigating judge SF van Merwijk.
One part of the forensic investigation into the MH17 plane crash in the Ukraine focuses on 25 metal fragments that were found on bodies of passengers and baggage.
The Public Prosecutor wants the 39 year old Paul A to be sentenced to 16 years in prison for the murder of the three year old boy, Blessing, on April 9th, 2013.