Do you have information that might be of importance to the AIVD, for instance regarding terrorism or espionage? In that case you can call or write the AIVD. Does it concern a critical, life-threatening situation? Then call the police on 112.
The AIVD can be reached by telephone 24 hours per day. Any information provided will be handled in confidence. The AIVD never discloses who has provided information (source protection). This is provided for by law.
The AIVD can be contacted by telephone or in writing only; you cannot email the AIVD, because email traffic is vulnerable to hacking and eavesdropping.
Telephone number: +3179 – 320 50 50
Fax number: +3170 – 320 07 33
Call the police
Does your call concern a critical, life-threatening situation? Then contact the police on 112.
The AIVD is not an investigative authority and only investigates matters which are a threat to national security. If you have information regarding criminal activities which are not related to the areas of attention of the AIVD, please contact the police.
Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations
P.O. Box 20010
2500 EA The Hague
Visit the AIVD
The AIVD is located on the Europaweg 4 in Zoetermeer. All visitors must be registered before their visit. By law the AIVD’s site is a ‘prohibited place’, which means that being on the premises illegally or without proper authorisation is a felony.
File a complaint about the AIVD
If you feel the AIVD has acted in an improper manner towards you or someone else, you can file a complaint about this.
The AIVD has a Communications department which disseminates general information regarding the service. This department also sees to the publication of the AIVD’s various reports and brochures. The reports and brochures can be accessed digitally on the webpage AIVD publications. You can also order them (for free). You can contact the Communications department at the AIVD’s general phone number.
Requests for access to AIVD information
It is possible to file a request to consult information held by the AIVD. This can be information in relation to your person, a deceased relative or a particular subject. The Intelligence and Security Services Act (Wiv) determines which information the AIVD can or cannot give you access to. For more information go to the webpage on requests for access to information.