The European Crime Prevention Award (ECPA) is a contest that rewards the best European crime prevention project. In 2019 the “Sofielund Approach” , Sweden, won the award. Nomination for the ECPA 2020 is now open and is made to the national contact organizations. DL for nomination varies among the EU-member states. For contact information to the Nordic EU-memberstates, please click…
This spring, the Nordic countries have seen a general increase in number of applications to university studies, compared to eg last year. At some of the universities in the Nordics, there are new opportunities and academic levels to study Criminology starting this autumn. At Oslo University, the new one-year program in criminology studies had the highest number of applicants/study seat…
The number of prosecutions and convictions for rape has increased significantly since the so-called consent act was introduced in 2018. But few of the convictions referred to the new crime negligent rape. Click here to read more about the new report from Brå, published June 15th 2020.
NSfK Newsletter for May 2020
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