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Updated list: Sweden’s vulnerable areas

Here are Sweden’s vulnerable areas, according to the police’s latest report. Since Dan Eliasson promised to regain control over them two years ago, they have become more.

Via: svt.se

  • Particularly vulnerable area (23) – characterized by a social problem and criminal presence that led to a widespread inconvenience to participate in the judicial process and difficulties for the police to fulfill its mission. The situation is considered acute.
  • Deferred area (32) – is geographically defined and characterized by a low socioeconomic status where the criminals have an impact on the local community. Impact is rather linked to the social context in the area than the criminals’ graduated will to take power and control the local community. The situation is considered serious.
  • Risk area (6) – characterized by the risk of becoming a particularly vulnerable area. Some or some of the set criteria are missing. The situation is considered alarming.

Particularly vulnerable areas:

  • Vivalla, Örebro
  • Gottsunda, Uppsala
  • Alby, Botkyrka
  • Fittja, Botkyrka
  • Hallunda / Norsborg, Botkyrka
  • Husby, Stockholm
  • Rinkeby / Tensta, Stockholm
  • Ronna / Geneta / Lina, Södertälje
  • Araby, Växjö
  • Karlslund, Landskrona
  • Nydala / Hermodsdal / Lindängen, Malmö
  • Rosengård south of Amiralsgatan, Malmö
  • Södra Sofielund (Seved), Malmö
  • Bergsjön, Gothenburg
  • Bishop’s Palace, Gothenburg
  • Gårdsten, Gothenburg
  • Hammarkullen, Gothenburg
  • Hjällbo, Gothenburg
  • Lövgärdet, Gothenburg
  • Tynnered / Grevgården / Opaltorget, V Frölunda
  • Hässleholmen / Hulta, Borås
  • Norrby, Borås
  • Skäggetorp, Linköping

Exposed areas:

  • Bäckby, Västerås
  • Brandbergen, Haninge
  • Jordbro, Haninge
  • Skogås, Huddinge
  • Vårby, Huddinge
  • Sångvägen, Järfälla
  • Termovägen, Järfälla
  • Edsberg, Sollentuna
  • Bredäng, Stockholm
  • Hagsätra / Rågsved, Stockholm
  • Hässelby / Vällingby, Stockholm
  • Vårberg, Stockholm
  • Älvsjö / Solberga, Stockholm
  • Östberga, Stockholm
  • Rissne / Hallonbergen, Sundbyberg
  • Ancient Heights, Södertälje
  • Hovsjö, Södertälje
  • Finnsta, Upplands Bro
  • Smedby, Upplands Väsby
  • Charlottesborg, Kristianstad
  • Gamlegården, Kristianstad
  • Hisings Backa, Gothenburg
  • Rannebergen, Gothenburg
  • Andersberg, Halmstad
  • Kronogården / Lextorp, Trollhättan
  • Fröslunda, Eskilstuna
  • Lagersberg, Eskilstuna
  • Skiftinge, Eskilstuna
  • Råslätt, Jönköping
  • Hageby, Norrköping
  • The clock theater, Norrköping
  • Navestad, Norrköping

Risk areas:

  • Tjärna Ängar, Borlänge
  • Oxhagen / Varberga, Örebro
  • Tureberg, Sollentuna
  • Dalhem / Drottninghøj / Fredriksberg, Helsingborg
  • Söder, Helsingborg
  • Holma / Kroksbäck / Bellevuegården, Malmö
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