The judicial system comprises the institutions that are responsible for the rule of law and legal security in Sweden, i.e. the police, public prosecutor, courts and correctional treatment. This entails preventing and combating criminal activities, investigating crime, enforcing sentences and providing support to victims of crime.
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News about judicial system
Investments in the Swedish Police Authority, other parts of the judicial system and civil defence
On 20 September 2017, the Government presented the Budget Bill for 2018 to the Riksdag. The budget contains comprehensive investments in the Swedish Police Authority, other parts of the judicial system and civil defence.
Crime prevention initiative
The Government wants to create better conditions for structured crime prevention work throughout the country at local, regional and national level, and it is therefore advancing a national initiative for crime prevention.
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