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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Reinstated border control at Sweden’s internal border
The Government has decided to reinstate internal border control for three months. The control will continue until 11 February 2019. The decision is based on the Government’s assessment that there is still a threat to public policy and internal security.
Consent – the basic requirement of new sexual offence legislation
The Government has presented a bill to the Riksdag containing a proposal concerning new sexual offence legislation that is based on consent. Sex must be voluntary – if it is not, then it is illegal. The Swedish Crime Victim Compensation and Support Authority has been tasked with informing young people about the new legislation. The Riksdag voted in favour of the Government's proposal. The amendments will come into force on 1 July 2018.
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