Kristianstad case and when society fails to prevent deadly violence

Kristianstad case and when society fails to prevent deadly violence

On September 17 last year, a property manager receives an SMS early in the morning about a suspected water leak. Once in the apartment building, he quickly discovers where the water comes from. The door is unlocked, he steps in and discovers a dead woman.

A man who previously had a relationship with the woman was arrested the next day and is now charged with murder.

P3 Crimea continues to look more closely at men’s violence against women and in this section we also talk about the National Board of Health and Welfare’s latest investigation into lethal violence against children and adults by relatives, where they identified about 30 shortcomings in society’s safety net where victims of lethal violence and perpetrators were found to have had contacts with social actors shortly before the murders. Why has society not been able to prevent the deadly violence?

Link: The National Board of Health and Welfare’s report

Host:

Evalisa Wallin

Viktor Ahldén

Participants:

Johan Eriksson, prosecutor

Jonna Håkansson, defense lawyer

Moa Mannheimer, investigator at the National Board of Health and Welfare

Marianne Kristiansson, chief physician of the National Board of Forensic Medicine

Producer: Viktor Papini

Reporter: Linnea Hjortstam

Recordist: Fredrik Nilsson

Contact: [email protected]

Tip Phone & Signal: 0734-61 29 15

Source: ICELAND NEWS


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