THE STOCKHOLM PRIZE IN CRIMINOLOGY
The 2020 Stockholm Prize in Criminology lauds Philip J. Cook, Duke University, Durham, USA and Franklin E. Zimring, University of California at Berkeley, USA for their evidence-based explanations of gun policy effects.
It is easy to misinterpret crime statistics, and this is especially true when it comes to making international comparisons. Here are the reasons why.
Brå conducts research to develop new knowledge and provides support to local crime prevention work. The results of Brå's work are a basis for decision makers within the judicial system, the Parliament and the Government.
The Swedish Crime Survey (SCS or Nationella trygghetsundersökningen – NTU – in Swedish) is an annual survey of the attitudes and experiences of the general population of Sweden regarding victimization, fear of crime and public confidence in the justice system.
Brå has the important task of reporting on crime trends in Sweden. In addition to statistics regarding reported offences and the Swedish Crime Survey we also use other statistical sources and research.