- Crime in Denmark
Crime in Denmark is combated by the Danish Police and other agencies.
Denmark has "relatively low violent-crime rates".
Crime statistics for Copenhagen in 2011 revealed a 26 percent drop in arrests for violent threats and attacks and a 22 percent drop in drug-related arrests since 2009. Crime statistics revealed a 24 percent rise in reported break-ins and home robberies in the city since 2009.
Crime by location
Glostrup, a blue-collar suburb in Copenhagen ranked as the most violent place in Denmark in 2009. The place with the fewest instances of reported violence was Christiansø, a tiny island north west of Bornholm.
Resumption of border checks
In May 2011, Denmark resumed checks along its borders with Germany and Sweden, previously open under the EU's Schengen zone agreement. The Danish government says the resumption of border checks is needed to help prevent cross-border crime, illegal immigration and drug trafficking.
- Human trafficking in Denmark
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- ^ a b Alexander, Harriet. (2011-05-15) Denmark's defiance over frontier controls has left European Union bordering on crisis. Telegraph. Retrieved on 2011-06-12.
- ^ a b Miller, John W.. (2011-05-12) Denmark to Tighten Border Controls – WSJ.com. Online.wsj.com. Retrieved on 2011-06-12.
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