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スウェーデン・軽犯罪検挙率、わずか14% 86%が未解決

2017-07-06 23:08:20 | 海外・国内政治情報等

[地上の…楽…園…]スウェーデン・軽犯罪検挙率、わずか14%…86%が未解決…[海外の反応]
http://foreignnews.biz/archives/13578163.html

最新の調査によると、スウェーデン警察における軽犯罪の検挙率が、わずか14%しかないことが判明した。

この報告によれば、2016年前半、スウェーデン警察が扱った案件の80%以上が、軽犯罪(窃盗、強盗、嫌がらせ、公共物の破壊)であったとされ、合計件数は65万5580件に上る。しかしながら、その内、実際に犯人検挙にまで至ったケースは全体の1/7であり、半分近くは捜査すら始められることがなった。窃盗や、公共物の破壊などにおいては、解決に困難を極め、検挙率はほぼ0%に近い。

スウェーデンの首都であるストックホルムにおいては、未解決事件の発生が多発しており、 移民が集中するハスビーやリンケビューなどに散在する、”No-Go-Zone”での犯罪率が、全体の検挙率を大幅に押し下げる要因となっている。



Only 14 Per Cent of ‘Everyday Crimes’ Solved in Sweden
http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/03/14/14-per-cent-everyday-crimes-solved-sweden/

A damning new report has revealed Swedish police are facing difficulties solving even simple crimes and only 14 per cent of everyday crimes are solved.

New statistics reveal that in the first half of 2016 around 86 per cent of the crimes handled by Swedish police were ‘everyday crimes’ such as burglaries, simple theft, harassment, and vandalism. The total cases numbered 655,580. But shockingly, less than one in seven were ever solved and half of the crimes were never even investigated to begin with, Swedish broadcaster SVT reports.

According to the report, this is due to a lack of information regarding suspects and the crimes. The crimes that police find hardest to solve are theft and vandalism where only two per cent of cases were ever fully resolved.

One of those affected by robbery was Norrköping resident Owe Karlsson whose house was robbed while he and his family were watching the Eurovision song contest. Karlsson said the thieves did not steal anything of great value but the fact they were so brazen and haven’t been caught made him anxious. Since the start of the year, six burglaries have occurred on his street, he said.

The Swedish definition of a “solved” crime does not take into consideration a conviction for the crime, but rather if a suspect has been identified by authorities and the case prosecuted. The worst area for unsolved crimes is the Swedish capital of Stockholm, home to the notorious migrant-heavy no-go suburbs of Husby and Rinkeby.

Rinkeby has made headlines in recent weeks after a riot erupted in the following the arrest of a local resident. Shops were looted and a photographer from Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter was attacked and his camera stolen.

Last week, footage emerged that showed how police are treated in No-Go Zones by residents. The footage shows police being attacked in multiple incidents and residents telling them they have no authority in the suburbs.

Violence and hostility to outsiders has grown to such a magnitude in Stockholm’s No-Go Zones that police are struggling to find a contractor to build a new police station in Rinkeby because the construction contractors fear for the safety of their employees. “It would have to be guarded around the clock. This is because not only is there the risk of theft, but also the danger and threat to staff who will be working on the construction project,” anonymous police officers told Swedish media.

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