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NCJ Number: 30441 Find in a Library
Title: EFFECTIVE POLICE FORCE REQUIRED TO BE ABLE TO DEAL WITH TERRORIST ATTACKS - SWEDEN
Journal: POLISTIDNINGEN  Volume:72  Issue:4  Dated:(JUNE 5, 1975)  Pages:17
Author(s): ANON
Corporate Author: Svenska Polisfoerbundet
Sweden
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 1
Sponsoring Agency: Svenska Polisfoerbundet
Stockholm 5, 102 46, Sweden
Format: Article
Language: Swedish
Country: Sweden
Annotation: IT HAS ALWAYS BEEN OUR POLICY TO AVOID MEETING VIOLENCE WITH VIOLENCE AS LONG AS POSSIBLE AND IT HAS BEEN OUR AIM TO SAVE LIVES AND AVOID INJURIES AND KILLING, SAYS SWEDISH MINISTER OF JUSTICE LENNART GEIJER.
Abstract: GEIJER WENT ON TO SAY THAT IN ORDER TO BE ABLE TO FOLLOW THIS POLICY SUCCESSFULLY IN DEALING WITH TERRORIST ATTACKS IT IS NECESSARY TO HAVE A SUFFICIENTLY WELL EQUIPPED AND EFFECTIVE POLICE FORCE. GEIJER ALSO SAID THAT SWEDEN WOULD TRY TO AVOID HAVING TERRORISTS IN SWEDISH JAILS BECAUSE, UNDER THOSE CIRCUMSTANCES, A PERMANENT THREAT TO SWEDISH TARGETS WOULD EXIST, INCLUDING SWEDISH EMBASSIES ALL OVER THE WORLD. --IN SWEDISH
Index Term(s): Police response to terrorism; Policy; Revolutionary or terrorist groups; Specialized police operations; Sweden; Terrorist detention
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