New choktal: Police drop thousands of cases on the strip

It is never fun to be the victim of a break-in at his home, in his car or be exposed to other forms of theft. As if this crime is not bad enough, there are no

New choktal: Police drop thousands of cases on the strip

It is never fun to be the victim of a break-in at his home, in his car or be exposed to other forms of theft.

As if this crime is not bad enough, there are now more bad news for the victims.

Brand new figures from the national Police to the B. T. shows a great increase in the number of reviews, the police dropping in to do more.

At least when it comes to burglary, theft and other crimes that do not qualify as personfarlig.

specifically chose the police across the country in October to stop the investigation of the total 18.078 cases.

overall 2.116 cases more compared to september, which means a significant increase in just a single month.

And it is not, because there is much more reviews, that the police also drop more.

No, the figures show that in October was 29.847 reviews of the ikkepersonfarlige crime, which is the second lowest in the past ten months.

the Figures come at the same time, with justice minister Nick Hækkerup (S) on Wednesday afternoon in Parliament, asked how many cases the police have to close due to lack of cops and other resources.

the Minister must also expect many questions.

Both the red and blue wing is the right shook as they will be presented with the new figures from the national Police.

the Situation called for a 'bad development', 'deeply worrying' and 'totally unsatisfactory'.

"It is in all ways bad development, that many cases are mislaid, for it provides little legal certainty for the individual citizen," says Karina Loretnzen Dehnhard, who is the spokesman for SF.

Also the Danish people's party spokesman, Peter Skaarup, raises fierce criticism.

"It is deeply worrying and totally unsatisfactory that the new government in its budget does not have the focus to hire more police officers, now when the problems are so big," he says.

B. T. has more than five months uncovered the rekordlange of waiting, victims of crime may find themselves in at the police and the courts.

In the series has the victims from the of the most the country as Silas Lund, Bente Strunge Hermann, Sallie Nielsen, Charlotte Andersen, Steen Johansen, Mary Jane Williams, Uffe Kurt Jensen and, most recently, Jens Nielsen told about their cases.

the Series is also the reason that the police and the courts have decided to give priority to the personfarlige crime like violence, robbery, rapes and killings.

the Goal is that both the processing time and the number of cases in the type of crime to decrease by twenty percent by the year 2020.

A decision, Nick Hækkerup approved just after the summer holidays.

recently, it came so forward that the waiting time in personfarlig crime has actually fallen slightly.

"It is a small light which is on. We are moving in the right direction, but we are far from being in goal," said Nick Hækkerup 20. november to B. T.

In the same report was that on the rear side, that 'the priority of cases on the personfarlig crime will be of importance for the treatment of other criminal proceedings'. And B. T. can now show that there actually is a clear increase in the number of 'other criminal cases', the police choose to drop, and it happened in only a month.

"I think that the numbers are expressions for which the pressure our police are and where the major challenges that need to be addressed in a future politiforlig," said Karina Lorentzen Dehnhardt.

Updated Date: 04 December 2019, 12:00

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