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Brottsförbyggande rådet


  • Swedish Crime Survey 2016

    February 15, 2017
    This report presents the overall results of the 2016 Swedish Crime Survey (Nationella trygghetsundersökningen, NTU, in Swedish). The survey covers exposure to crime, insecurity, trust in the criminal justice system, and victims’ contacts with the justice system.
  • Reducing isolation in detention

    February 8, 2017
    Sweden has been the object of criticism because a significant number of persons in detention are in isolation. This report studies detention and the conditions in Swedish detention centres.
  • School Survey on Crime 2015

    January 24, 2017
    The School Survey on Crime investigates crime victimisation and participation in crime, as well as other deviant behaviour among year-nine students on the basis of self-reported data.
Illustration of  people in a crowd, from the Swedish Crime Survey

Public perceptions of crime

The Swedish Crime Survey is an annual survey of the attitudes and experiences of the general population regarding victimization, fear of crime and public confidence in the justice system.

Politicians' Safety Survey
For the second year running, a national survey has been conducted in order to measure the extent and development as well as the consequences of threats, violence and harassment experienced by elected representatives.


European Crime Prevention Networkexternal link, opens in new window

The EUCPN (EU Crime Prevention Network) was set up in May 2001 by an EU Council Decision to promote crime prevention activity in Member States across the EU.

The Symposium

An international meeting point in Stockholm
The Stockholm Criminology Symposium is an annual event, attracting more than 600 researchers, policy-makers and practitioners  from all over the world.
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About Brå

The Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention (Brå) functions as the Swedish Government's body of expertise within the judical system.