Dutch Seek Easier Ways To Report Business Crime


The Hague--Dutch firms and police must between them make it easier to report crimes against businesses, principally by simplifying paperwork, the Dutch justice ministry said in early November.

The ministry was commenting on a survey that estimated only 45% of all offences against businesses, whether by staff or outsiders, are reported to police. And only 32% of fraud cases are notified, according to the survey by the forensic division of professional services firm Ernst & Young.

Under reporting of

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