the Stockholm traffic management has since the beginning of the 2000s, worked with Fryshuset, which under the brand name of Quiet street has contributed ungdomsvärdar that moves in the subway. The intention is to create a safer environment on public transport.
Then, in 2014, the Stockholm Region had an agreement with Fryshuset regarding employees ungdomsvärdar. The agreement runs until 2020 and has a total cost of approximately sek 100 million.
of the traffic management from the end of april shows that ungdomsvärdar themselves to a large extent, have committed crimes during the time they have been employed, or they have not fulfilled the requirement of three years of impunity in the face of his employment, which SVT was first to report.
the Report shows that 22 of the 79 ungdomsvärdar who worked between december 2018 and January 2019 in this way does not meet the requirements of the agreement between the Stockholm Region and Store.
Trafikförvaltningens internal report evaluates the risk level as ”very high”, and it is noted that ”effective measures” should be deployed ”immediately”.
a number of other serious shortcomings in the activities of ungdomsvärdarna in the subway. Among other things, it can not prove that the drug tests ungdomsvärdarna to undergo has been carried out in the right way. Each year at least 20 percent of the hosts are first, but it is missing according to the report documentation for the follow-up transport administration have done.
another deficiency, which has been provided with the risk level ”very high”, that is, ungdomsvärdar have ”legitimacy in the eyes of the criminal activities in the metro”. As the source for the claim referred to the police. Among other things, the police had in Järva in a meeting with SL and Quiet street in december 2018 requested to ungdomsvärdar would be taken away from a certain metro station. The reason was that the ”through inaction vis-à-vis criminal activities, confirmed and made possible” that a crime was committed at the site.
according to the report, had knowledge of the criminal persons threatened ungdomsvärdar and got them to ”look into the wall” when the drug dealing took place on the site.
traffic management writes in a plan of action to the ungdomsvärdar who themselves have committed crimes should be removed from the assignment immediately. In addition, the agreement will be reduced by 25 per cent, and the Quiet of the street must in the future ensure that ungdomsvärdarna submit an extract from criminal record was the sixth month.
When it comes to drogtesterna will transport administration to ”recommend the supplier to carry out spot checks”.
in its action plan that ”agrees with internal audit's observation,” what comes to how ungdomsvärdar have legitimacy in the eyes of the criminal activities in the metro, for example, by looking away when people have sold drugs. Therefore, the state traffic management to meet the police in Järva to ”find a good dialogue so that all trygghetsresurser can contribute in their own way to increased security in public transport”.
the DN has unsuccessfully sought the representatives of Fryshuset and the Quiet of the street for a comment. In a comment to SVT says Carin Ardman Balse, acting communications manager for the Store, to trafikförvaltningens report contains an error.
– the Numbers do not match. They claim that there would be 22 people but when we check it, it's only five, " she says about the number of ungdomsvärdar to have committed crimes during the period.
as of the fryshuset community activities has been noted in the similar context. In 2017, reported DN on how a Quiet street-the employee had a loaded submachine gun under her bed, and was tried for both aggravated robbery and serious vapenbrott. Then commented Mia Päärni (S), chairman of Rinkeby-Kista district committee, the matter:
" We are aware that there is a risk for relapse in master classes of employees, but it is worrying every time something like this happens.
less than two years earlier, in december 2015, told DN about how a head of the Quiet street was arrested for aggravated vapenbrott and a youth leader sentenced for robbery.
"this is obviously very boring, but it does not help that we have reason to change our working methods," said the master classes director Johan Oljeqvist then and added that the organisation had ”extremely” good results to rehabilitation of convicted persons into a normal life.