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Sweden Drafts 100s of New Police Officers To Deal With Sex Crime Epidemic

Sexual offenses against vulnerable people and children skyrockets

 on 16th June 2019 @ 2.00pm
the growing number of sexual offenses within relationships and were children  according to the police © press
The growing number of sexual offenses within relationships and were children, according to the police,

The Swedish government is set to employ hundreds of new police officers to deal with the exploding epidemic off sexual offenses against vulnerable people and children, according to reports.

The head of the police’s national operational department, Mats Löfving said the move was an important first step.

“For me, this is incredibly big; I think it is the biggest and most important investment I have had in my time in the police.

It is perhaps the most vulnerable group that we are helping, women and children, who are exposed to violent and sexual offenses,” Sveriges Radio reports.

towards the end of 2019  around 350 officers are expected to be recruited to bolster the number of investigators looking into sexual crimes © press
Towards the end of 2019, around 350 officers are expected to be recruited to bolster the number of investigators looking into sexual crimes

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The growing number of sexual offenses within relationships and were children, according to the police, the Prosecutor’s Office, and the Crime Prevention Council.

The report adds that half of the reported rape cases in Sweden seeing any kind of resolution.

Towards the end of 2019, around 350 officers are expected to be recruited to bolster the number of investigators looking into sexual crimes.

br  announced that due to public demand  they would be launching new research into the issue of migration and crime © press
Brå announced that due to public demand, they would be launching new research into the issue of migration and crime

The move is expected to cost 304 million SEK (£25,467,600/$32,131,280) with a portion of the money going into National Forensic Centre to invest in officer education on sexual offenses.

The link between sex attacks and mass migration is facing fierce debate.

Brå announced that due to public demand, they would be launching new research into the issue of migration and crime with a tentative release date of 2021 for the report.

In February, the head of Sweden's National Border Police admitted that the country has lost control of its own borders and doesn't have the resources to control the influx of mass migration.

Patrik Engström has warned that his force can't even enforce the low standard expected by the European Union under its Schengen zone open borders agreement.

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