Of the 112, 60 have been convicted and 52 are in preventive custody. Two are being held in foreign prisons.
Anyone going to the conflict zone in Syria is put onto a list and risks arrest on their return. An examining magistrate can decide that they should remain in custody.
Most of the convictions are for membership of a terrorist group. The figures also reveal that a further 83 people tried, but failed to reach the conflict zone. Up until now 23 of them have been detained.