A man ran around and waved a pistol in Stockholm on Thursday. The police did respond, disarmed and went to wrestle him down.
It was just that it was a movie with the actor, Adam Pålsson. And the production company had all the conditions sought, and received permission to record just the scene, right there and then.
But it felt so cops in the city not to.
if it is possible to sharpen any routine,” said stationsbefälet Thomas Sundh to Aftonbladet. But is it really practice, that is to say, the actual arbetsprocedurerna, which is the problem? Rather, it sounds like information that should go out naturally and automatically not have done it. And it arrives reasonably on how the computer system is funtat.
It is well known that the previous system förslöat the police's job, sometimes so much so that, throughout the investigations been sabotaged and gone. The new system maybe is faster and better in many ways. But it still doesn't seem to be the least coordinated even on the most basic.
the death of Eric Torell, who was 20 years old but really a child. He had Down syndrome and loved to play with his toy gun. And this summer, he had sneaked away from home with the.
the police Officers that went on the alarm had seen in the Storm that it was a dangerous assailant in the area. They had taken it easier and been more prudent to shoot if the same programme is automatically given the information that this assailant is currently sat in detention, and that, therefore, could not be he?
to answer. It is not possible to know how things had become, if only not ”if” had been. But one thing is clear: When polisernas the working tool is not functioning as it should so it has the potential to have serious, life-changing consequences.