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    Signals of criminal offences

    Last year the UWV (Employee Insurance Agency) received 1,400 signals of possible violations of the rules of the NOW (temporary emergency bridging measure for sustained employment). The signals concerned more than 1,100 employers. Theywere particularly about the manipulation of figures. There were also irregularities regarding the TOZO.  In the past year, the SZW Inspectorate (inspectorate for the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment) received more than 650 signals from various parties of possible criminal offences in connection with corona measures, such as the NOW and the TOZO. A total of 24 criminal investigations were started. The Inspectorate has now rounded off eight of these by submitting an official report to the Public Prosecution Service. It is now up to the Public Prosecution Service to decide whether or not to prosecute.

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