the hague - Too few suspects of cybercrime are coming to court. That's what the Public Prosecutor's Office writes monday in his annual report about 2016. Police and justice are working to get more knowledge and manpower. The '' necessary catch-up '' explains the outcome, according to the report.
The annual report states that 171 victims of cybercrime were 'delivered' last year. The standard was 190. The number of 171 is more than in 2014 and 2015. Justice has conducted 34 complex investigations.
According to justice, the approach of perpetrators and aid to the victims must change. 'Cyber criminals can make thousands of victims in every corner of the world,' said the report.