4 edition of Swedish Penal Code found in the catalog.
Translation of Brottsbalken.
|Statement||National Council for Crime Prevention, Sweden|
|Publishers||National Council for Crime Prevention, Sweden|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 118 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
|3||Report (Brottsförebyggande rådet (Sweden)) ;|
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7: contains provisions related to the determination of the nationality of children• A basic premise in the Penal Code is that non-custodial penalties are more desirable than custodial, and the court has considerable latitude when choosing a criminal sanctions, paying special attention to measures chiefly aimed at rehabilitating offenders.
Murder and homicide [ ] See also: The number of cases of lethal violence [Murder, manslaughter, and assault with a lethal outcome in Sweden remained at a relatively constant level over the period of 2002 to 2016 — on average 92 cases per year.
Specifically, the Committee has expressed concern at aspects of the regime of juvenile justice, in that the Care of Young People Act and the Act on the Enforcement of Closed Juvenile Care may allow Swedish Penal Code the inappropriate isolation of children in detention centres.
2018 figures up to 5 December 2018.
The Care of Young Persons Special Provisions Act 1990:52• Legal and substantive factors also influence the number of reported crimes. Official numbers show that the incidence of sexual offences is on the rise; the Government has declared that young women are facing the greatest risks and that most of the cases go unreported.
Relevant legislation includes, but is by no means limited to:• This can be assumed to lead to a more frequent registration of offences than in systems where the classification of offences is negotiable on the basis of.
In 2021, the long-time trend with increasing levels of gun violence carried Sweden's gun homicide rate to the top of all the countries surveyed in Europe except Croatia.
For example, in 1965 Sweden was one of the first countries in the world to criminalise , and Sweden is one of a few countries in the world to criminalizing only the purchase of sexual services, but not the selling.
Contains 3 sections and 38 chapters concerning, inter alia: Section I: General Provisions.