Logotyp med texten Brå

Sitemap  |  Languages  |  Contact us  |  Svenska

  1. 2016-06-13

    For all of you who couldn't make it to Stockholm this year, many of the seminars from the Symposium have been filmed.

  2. 2015-11-10

    Travis W. Hirschi, Cathy Spatz Widom and Per-Olof Wikström will receive the 2016 Stockholm Prize in Criminology.

  3. 2014-11-06

    Criminology prize winners Ronald V. Clarke and Patricia Mayhew are pioneers of situational crime prevention.

  4. 2014-05-19

    While victimisation in 2012 seems evenly distributed between women and men, it is more common for women to be subjected to more serious violence and to have a greater need of help and aid, primarily in the form of medical care.

  5. 2014-04-29

    Nearly 13,000 people responded to the Swedish Crime Survey in 2013. They answered questions about exposure to crime, insecurity, confidence in the criminal justice system and victims’ contact with the criminal justice system.

  6. 2014-04-03

    For a year, police in the Swedish cities of Stockholm and Eskilstuna focussed on crime hot spots in two projects targeting muggings and assault. A report from Brå looks at the results and experiences from the projects.

  7. 2013-10-30

    The 2014 Stockholm Prize in Criminology goes to Professors Daniel Nagin and Joan Petersilia, USA.

  8. 2013-04-09

    The preliminary program for the 2013 Stockholm Criminology Symposium is now available.

  9. 2013-03-22

    The UN has appointed Erik Wennerström, Director-General of Brå, to be a member of the Advisory Board of the European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control (HEUNI).

  10. 2012-09-04

    The winner of the 2013 Stockholm Prize in Criminology is Professor David Farrington from Cambridge University.

  11. 2012-06-11

    Systematic reviews help us find our way amongst vast amounts of research findings.

  12. 2012-06-08

    Live webcast from the Symposium. This years' theme is Focusing on Victims of Crime — Comparing Crime Patterns and Improving Practice.

  13. 2012-05-24

    This years' theme is Focusing on Victims of Crime — Comparing Crime Patterns and Improving Practice.

  14. 2011-11-17

    The 2012 Stockholm Prize in Criminology has been awarded to Professor Jan van Dijk from the Netherlands.

  15. 2011-09-26

    A new study compares lethal violence in three EU countries.

  16. 2011-06-14

    The 2011 Stockholm Prize in Criminology goes to John H. Laub and Robert J. Sampson, USA, for their research showing why and how criminals stop offending.

  17. 2011-01-18

    Sweden's broad definition of rape means that more sexual crimes are registered as rape than in most other countries. However, a European victim survey does not put Sweden at the top of the list.

  18. 2010-11-15

    Homicide is an important indicator for measuring trends and comparing levels of violent crime between countries.

  19. 2010-06-17

    Professor David Weisburd is winner of the 2010 Stockholm Prize in Criminology, in part because of his research on hot spot policing.

  20. 2010-06-11

    The police can be more effective if they shift their primary concern from people to places. This is shown in the research of professor David Weisburd — the winner of the 2010 Stockholm Prize in Criminology.

  21. 2010-05-03

    Systematic reviews help us find our way amongst vast amounts of research findings.

  22. 2009-12-04

    Sweden is host to this years' best practice conference 'Preventing Crime and Victimisation among Children and Young People', held in Stockholm on 9-10 December.

  23. 2009-02-27

    Basic confidence in the Swedish criminal justice system increased between 2006 and 2008.

  24. 2009-01-20

    In order to gain an overall perspective of the sex-linked human trafficking, the Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention (Brå) has mapped the entire trafficking chain.

  25. 2009-01-15

    The amount of reported crimes increased by 5 percent in 2008 compared with the previous year. Fraud and vandalism contributed most to the increase.

  • 6/13/2016
    Filmed seminars from the 2016 Stockholm Criminology Symposium
    For all of you who couldn't make it to Stockholm this year, many of the seminars from the Symposium have been filmed.
    Läs mer
  • 11/10/2015
    The 2016 winners of the Stockholm Prize in Criminology
    Travis W. Hirschi, Cathy Spatz Widom and Per-Olof Wikström will receive the 2016 Stockholm Prize in Criminology.
    Läs mer
  • 11/6/2014
    Clarke and Mayhew winners of the Criminology Prize 2015
    Criminology prize winners Ronald V. Clarke and Patricia Mayhew are pioneers of situational crime prevention.
    Läs mer
  • 5/19/2014
    Anna Frenzel, researcher. Photo: Lieselotte van der Meijs Victimisation in close relationships – evenly distributed between women and men, but more serious against women
    Läs mer
  • 4/29/2014
    Illustration of people, taken from the cover of The Swedish Crime Survey 2013 Exposure to crime in Sweden
    Läs mer
  • 4/3/2014
    Promising results from crime prevention in hot spots
    For a year, police in the Swedish cities of Stockholm and Eskilstuna focussed on crime hot spots in two projects targeting muggings and assault. A report from Brå looks at the results and experiences from the projects.
    Läs mer
  • 10/30/2013
    Daniel Nagin and Joan Petersilia awarded the Stockholm Prize in Criminology
    The 2014 Stockholm Prize in Criminology goes to Professors Daniel Nagin and Joan Petersilia, USA.
    Läs mer
  • 4/9/2013
    Preliminary program available for 2013 Symposium
    The preliminary program for the 2013 Stockholm Criminology Symposium is now available.
    Läs mer
  • 3/22/2013
    Brå's Director-General appointed to be member of HEUNI Advisory Board
    The UN has appointed Erik Wennerström, Director-General of Brå, to be a member of the Advisory Board of the European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control (HEUNI).
    Läs mer
  • 9/4/2012
    Professor Farrington awarded the 2013 Stockholm Prize in Criminology
    The winner of the 2013 Stockholm Prize in Criminology is Professor David Farrington from Cambridge University.
    Läs mer
  • 6/11/2012
    Systematic reviews help reveal new measures
    Systematic reviews help us find our way amongst vast amounts of research findings.
    Läs mer
  • 6/8/2012
    The Stockholm Criminology Symposium 2012
    Live webcast from the Symposium. This years' theme is Focusing on Victims of Crime — Comparing Crime Patterns and Improving Practice.
    Läs mer
  • 5/24/2012
    The 2012 Stockholm Symposium focuses on victims of crime
    This years' theme is Focusing on Victims of Crime — Comparing Crime Patterns and Improving Practice.
    Läs mer
  • 11/17/2011
    Stockholm Prize in Criminology to be Awarded for Global Research on Crime Victims
    The 2012 Stockholm Prize in Criminology has been awarded to Professor Jan van Dijk from the Netherlands.
    Läs mer
  • 9/26/2011
    Lethal violence compared in three countries
    A new study compares lethal violence in  three EU countries.
    Läs mer
  • 6/14/2011
    Stockholm Prize in Criminology presented to Laub and Sampson
    The 2011 Stockholm Prize in Criminology goes to John H. Laub and Robert J. Sampson, USA, for their research showing why and how criminals stop offending.
    Läs mer
  • 1/18/2011
    How common is rape in Sweden compared to other European countries?
    Sweden's broad definition of rape means that more sexual crimes are registered as rape than in most other countries. However, a European victim survey does not put Sweden at the top of the list.
    Läs mer
  • 11/15/2010
    Towards a European Homicide Monitor
    Homicide is an important indicator for measuring trends and comparing levels of violent crime between countries.
    Läs mer
  • 6/17/2010
    Professor David Weisburd, winner of the 2010 Stockholm Prize in Criminology. Crime does not move around the corner
    Professor David Weisburd is winner of the 2010 Stockholm Prize in Criminology, in part because of his research on hot spot policing.
    Läs mer
  • 6/11/2010
    Professor David Weisburd Police work in focus at 2010 Stockholm Symposium
    The police can be more effective if they shift their primary concern from people to places. This is shown in the research of professor David Weisburd — the winner of the 2010 Stockholm Prize in Criminology.
    Läs mer
  • 5/3/2010
    Systematic reviews help reveal new measures
    Systematic reviews help us find our way amongst vast amounts of research findings.
    Läs mer
  • 12/4/2009
    Best practices showcased in Stockholm
    Sweden is host to this years' best practice conference 'Preventing Crime and Victimisation among Children and Young People', held in Stockholm on 9-10 December.
    Läs mer
  • 2/27/2009
    Increased confidence in the criminal justice system
    Basic confidence in the Swedish criminal justice system increased between 2006 and 2008.
    Läs mer
  • 1/20/2009
    Sex-linked human trafficking in Sweden mapped
    In order to gain an overall perspective of the sex-linked human trafficking, the Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention (Brå) has mapped the entire trafficking chain.
    Läs mer
  • 1/15/2009
    Fraud and vandalism increased the most during 2008
    The amount of reported crimes increased by 5 percent in 2008 compared with the previous year. Fraud and vandalism contributed most to the increase.
    Läs mer
Share
Tell a friend (opens in new window)