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More people feel secure at Charlottesborg

Today 45 per cent of the people who live at Charlottesborg feel secure, as against 20 per cent previously. This is shown in the latest The security evaluation.
"We can sometimes be critical, but we have a climate where we talk to each other, and not about each other," says Anders Olofsson, the local head of police, about co-operation with the municipality.
"We can sometimes be critical, but we have a climate where we talk to each other, and not about each other," says Anders Olofsson, the local head of police, about co-operation with the municipality.
Foto: Mikael Persson

Increased security can be due to all the drives the municipality and the police have introduced, for example Aktiv sommar for young people, night football and a new play area, as well as surveillance cameras and closer contact with security guard firms.

Now the police and the municipality want to continue with similar operations in the town centre, with an additional municipal policeman, new district police officers and surveillance cameras. They will also have closer contact with security guard companies, shopkeepers and people living in the town centre.

– It's important for us to have people in the town centre. Last summer that was the best medicine for reducing fear and criminality. We had so many events, and that helped, says Radovan Javurek (L), chairman of Brå (the Crime Prevention Board).

Local head of police Anders Olofsson and municipal councillor Peter Johansson (M) believe that some of the measures carried out at Charlottesborg can be effective in the town centre as well.
Local head of police Anders Olofsson and municipal councillor Peter Johansson (M) believe that some of the measures carried out at Charlottesborg can be effective in the town centre as well.
Foto: Mikael Persson

The most recent security evaluation also showed that fewer people had been subjected to everyday crimes (shoplifting, intentional damage, assault etc.) But more people feel insecure.

– Fewer than ever are victims of everyday crimes in Kristianstad. We see that as something positive, says local head of police Anders Olofsson.

Security evaluations have been carried out in over 200 municipalities since 1997.