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How the Swedish Police Authority acted after being scrutinised and criticised in the media in June of 2022 damaged trust in the Authority. This is according to researchers behind a new report from Linköping University.
The Swedish Police Authority covers up problems and obstructs transparency. Furthermore, the Authority paints a flattering but misleading picture of itself. This is according to a new report on the subject from Linköping University (LiU).
The Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention (Brå) in some cases has distorted politically sensitive research, and adapted the results to fit the wishes of the client. This is the conclusion of a newly published study from Linköping University.
Six people have been fatally shot in Sweden by police officers in 2018. Could these deaths have been avoided? A new report highlights major structural deficiencies in the police that lead to mistakes and the use of excessive force.
Police reports that disappear. Huge differences between police regions in success rates for investigating hate crime. A recently published study reveals serious deficiencies in the work of the Swedish Police with internet-based hate crime.
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