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What does CJIB mean?

CJIB means central judicial collection agency

The CJIB is an implementing body of the Ministry of Security and Justice and is mainly concerned with the collection of fines (and administration costs). The CJIB exists since 1990 and began with 5 people in Utrecht. In the meantime more than 1100 people work in Leeuwarden. The CJIB is best known for the collection of traffic penalties, but that is not the only thing one does: one has an informing function to the press and the citizens, but also to cooperating organizations (think of the police, it to, etc.), in addition Coordinates the CJIB the Liberty Punishments, task punishments and arrest commands.


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