"Stockholm launches a special collaboration with the police and prosecutors to deal with people who have returned from the member IS."
"According to finansborgarrådet Anna König Jerlmyr (M) is the new way of working unique."
"– It is the city that has made contact with the Riksenheten against international and organised crime and police krigsbrottskommission to use the international legislation that exists. Stockholm will not be a safe haven for war criminals, " she says."
"the city of Stockholm has to date identified 19 individuals who returned from the ICE, and who can be suspected of war crimes or genocide, but Anna König Jerlmyr says that they can come to be more."
"– It is an ongoing work and we have been very clear that we want to have control over them."
"Individuals be found, for example, by the social services come in contact with them and reported to the secret Police the information. An investigation can be started."
" Now, we are also tightening the instruction so that the social services are obliged to provide information on persons suspected of war crimes or crimes against humanity."
"Terrorforskaren Magnus Ranstorp applaud the initiative:
"– A tribute to the political leadership in Stockholm. This shows what can be done if one is not passive but demonstrates leadership. This is a policy that creates the conditions to get results. This is exactly what we need. Gothenburg, Malmö and Örebro should study how Stockholm is doing."
"Corrected: An earlier version of this text contained an incorrect spelling of Anna König Jerlmyr."