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"The search after twelve, may blåljuspris"

"the Search for a missing twelve year-old boy in Falkenberg in november was a tragic end when the boy was found dead."

"But sökinsatsen in may at a price of SOS Alarm."

"– There were several organisations that managed to work well together towards a common goal. Just cooperation in this effort, all pulling in the same direction, was something very positive, " says Magnus Karlsson, group leader at police in Falkenberg and insatsledare during the search, to the TT."

"The old boy with Down's syndrome, were reported missing on 6 november of last year. A very massive sökinsats were quickly set in with the police, the armed forces and the quantities of volunteers from the Missing People. But after three days, on 9 november, the news came that the boy found dead."

"The whole effort – by the Police, the armed Forces and the Missing People – now awarded for the year 112-prize for the best blåljussamverkan. According to the explanatory memorandum showed the operation on "

"Karlsson says that the price is creditable and gives motivation in the daily work. He talks about the local commitment was fantastic – as well as collaboration between the police, the armed Forces and the Missing People."

"– There is hope for cooperation between the major players."

"For the Missing People part, it was the largest effort so far, with 3 000-4 000 participants. Robert Folkstrand, chief operating officer at the organisation, says that the quantity of participation was important to be able to work efficiently and sustainably."

"In general, he remembers the very good cooperation with all the other players – but, above all, the enormous human involvement."

"– It was absolutely fantastic. I get shivers in the whole body still just to think about it, " says Folkstrand to the TT."

"Kjell-Anders Johansson, bataljonschef in the home guard in hawaii, said that this sökinsats not differed so much from the other as the home guard taking part in, except on a few points: very good collaboration, to so very many people helped Missing People or joined as spontanfrivilliga as well as to businesses and individuals set up with food and other things."

"– That was what stuck out. There was a very great willingness from many quarters to help, " says Johansson to the TT."

"About 120-130 people connected to the home guard attended during the three days," he says. Johansson also points out that many took off from work to participate."

" We got a positive attention of the public and in the media."

"112-the prize was established in 2016 and is awarded by the SOS Alarm. Each year, the award goes to a specific event or bet where the interaction has been crucial."

"the Prize consists of a glasplakett with engraved explanatory memorandum."

"this Year's prize goes to the Police, the armed Forces and the volunteers of Missing People to search for a twelve-year old boy in Falkenberg in the last year, with the justification:"

"the Prize is awarded at Münchenbryggeriet in Stockholm on the morning of Monday 11 February."

"last year, the prize went to the overall blåljusinsatsen – by the police, emergency services, health professionals and larmoperatörer – at the church on Drottninggatan shopping street in Stockholm on april 7, 2017."

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