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Parliamentary questions
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18 April 2019
P-002018-19
Question for written answer P-002018-19
to the Commission
Rule 130
Dominique Martin (ENF)

 Subject:  Seventy-five million Europeans fall victim to a serious crime every year
 Answer in writing 

In its report of 11 March 2019 on strengthening victims’ rights, the Commission says that every year in Europe, 75 million Europeans fall victim to ‘serious crimes’. That is 15% of the population, or 200 000 victims per day(1). Around 5 200 murders and over 1.3 million burglaries were reported in 2016.

How many victims of a serious crime were there in 2000?

How many non-European nationals are sentenced for further offences committed in Europe after an initial conviction?

How many non-European criminals have Member States deported from the European Union once they have served their sentence?

(1)https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/info/files/strengthening_victims_rights_-_from_compensation_to_reparation_rev.pdf (p. 19).

Original language of question: FR 
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