The Swedish police have concealed more than 5000 crimes in asylum centres in just four months by classifying them all as “Code 291”. The crimes included 559 registered assaults, 450 fights, 194 cases of violent threats, 58 fires, two bomb threats, nine robberies, four rapes, and 42 cases of mental illness, among others. They occurred in all parts of the country, and at all times of day. When asked why the Police had concealed the list from the public, a spokesman responded “there was nothing to disclose”.
Original article in Swedish:
– Tusentals incidenter i polisens särskilda “flyktingkod”:
SVD AVSLÖJAR: Sedan oktober 2015 för polisen ett register över insatser vid bland annat flyktingboenden. Händelserna har rapporterats i en särskild kod, R291, som inte offentliggjorts.
SvD kan nu avslöja att den innehåller tusentals incidenter – allt från misshandel och bråk till självmordsförsök, psykisk sjukdom och bombhot.
– Thousands of incidents of police special “flyktingkod”
SVD REVEALS: Since October 2015 police records of efforts at including refugee accommodations. The events have been reported in a special code, R291, not published.
SvD can now reveal that it contains thousands of incidents – ranging from beatings and fights to attempt suicide, mental illness and bomb threat.
The situation in Sweden thousands of asylum accommodation has been largely unknown to the public. One reason is that the National Operational Department, NOA, the police previously assessed that all information related to the flow of refugees to be secret.
The events have had a special so-called relationskod: 291, something that DN reported on earlier this year.
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