Results

During the first three years of program implementation

services

users

Persons: 468

Services: 2304

Emotional support, technical and practical information and information about rights: 1802

Accompaniment to court: 107

Accompaniment to police, prosecutors’ office and/or social welfare centers: 45

Legal counseling: 215

Psychological counseling: 112

Most common criminal offences (and misdemeanor offences of domestic violence)

  • Criminal Code, Article 179 a – Domestic Violence  (N=99)
  • Criminal Code, Article 139,  paragraph 2 – Threat (N=77)
  • Law on Protection against Domestic Violence, Article 10 –  Domestic Violence (N=73)
  • Criminal Code, Criminal Offences against Sexual Freedom Article, 152 – 156 – (N=33)
  • Criminal Code, Criminal Offences of Sexual Abuse and Sexual Exploitation of Children – (N=22)
  • Criminal Code, Article 117 –  Bodily Injury  (N=13)

In addition to the most commonly mentioned criminal offences, persons also contacted regarding to the following:

  • Criminal Code, Article 106 – Trafficking in Human Beings
  • Criminal Code, Article 110 – Murder
  • Criminal Code, Article 118 – Serious Bodily Injury
  • Criminal Code, Article 133 – Workplace Mistreatment
  • Criminal Code, Article 140 – Stalking
  • Criminal Code, Article 146 – Illegal Use of Personal Data
  • Criminal Code, Article 147 – Insult
  • Criminal Code, Article 149 – Defamation
  • Criminal Code, Article 172 – Violation of Duty of Maintenance
  • Criminal Code, Article 177 – Neglect and Abuse of the Rights of a Child
  • Criminal Code, Article 190 – Unauthorized Possession, Manufacture of and Trade in Illicit Drugs 
  • Criminal Code, Article 191 – Enabling the Use of Illicit Drugs 
  • Criminal Code, Article 191a  – Enabling the Use of Illicit Drugs or Substances Banned in Sports
  • Criminal Code, Article 226– Wanton Driving in Road Traffic
  • Criminal Code, Article 227 – Causing a Road Traffic Accident
  • Criminal Code, Article 228 – Theft
  • Criminal Code, Article 229, paragraph 1 – Aggravated Theft
  • Criminal Code, Article 230 – Robbery
  • Criminal Code, Article 235 – Property Damage
  • Criminal Code, Article 236  –  Fraud
  • Criminal Code, Article 243 –  Extortion
  • Criminal Code, Article 244, paragraph 2 – Concealment
  • Criminal Code, Article 247 – Fraud in Business Dealings
  • Criminal Code, Article 303  – Assisting the Perpetrator Following the Commission of a Criminal Offence
  • Criminal Code, Article 304 – False Reporting of a Criminal Offence
  • Criminal Code, Article 305 – Giving False Testimony
  • Criminal Code, Article 311 – Failure to Comply with Security Measures
  • Criminal Code, Article 315 – Attack on a Public Official
  • Criminal Code, Article 323a –  Violent Behavior
  • Act on Misdemeanors against Public Order and Peace, Article 12
  • Act on Misdemeanors against Public Order and Peace, Article 13

Persons: 703

Services: 4991

Emotional support, technical and practical information and information about rights: 4011

Accompaniment to court: 171

Accompaniment to police, prosecutors’ office and/or social welfare centers: 63

Legal counseling: 377

Psychological counseling: 355

Most common criminal offences (and misdemeanor offences of domestic violence):

  • Criminal Code, Article 139,  paragraph 2 – Threat (N=120)
  • Law on Protection against Domestic Violence, Article 10 –  Domestic Violence (N=115)
  • Criminal Code, Article 179 a – Domestic Violence  (N=86)
  • Criminal Code, Criminal offences against sexual freedom,  Article 152 – 156 – (N=44)
  • Criminal Code, Article 117 –  Bodily Injury  (N=23)
  • Criminal Code, Article 177 –  Neglect and Abuse of the Rights of a Child (N=22)
  • Criminal Code, Criminal Offences of Sexual Abuse and Sexual Exploitation of Children – (N=14)

In addition to the most commonly mentioned criminal offences, persons also contacted regarding to the following:

  • Criminal Code, Article 110 – Murder
  • Criminal Code, Article 111 – Aggravated Murder
  • Criminal Code, Article 118 – Serious Bodily Injury
  • Criminal Code, Article 119 – Particularly Serious Bodily Injury
  • Criminal Code, Article 228 – Theft
  • Criminal Code, Article 131 – Violation of the Right to Work
  • Criminal Code, Article 136 – Unlawful Deprivation of Liberty
  • Criminal Code, Article 140 – Stalking
  • Criminal Code, Article 144 – Unauthorized Taking of Pictures
  • Criminal Code, Article 146 – Illegal Use of Personal Data
  • Criminal Code, Article 148 – Defamation
  • Criminal Code, Article 171 – Abandonment of a Family Member in a Situation of Distress
  • Criminal Code, Article 172 – Violation of Duty of Maintenance
  • Criminal Code, Article 180 – Spread and Transmission of Contagious Diseases
  • Criminal Code, Article 215 – Endangerment to Life and Property by a Generally Dangerous Act or Means
  • Criminal Code, Article 227 – Causing a Road Traffic Accident
  • Criminal Code, Article 230 – Robbery
  • Criminal Code, Article 236  – Fraud
  • Criminal Code, Article 241 –  Violation of Another’s Rights
  • Criminal Code, Article 247 – Fraud in Business Dealings
  • Criminal Code, Article 280 – Abuse of Identification Document 
  • Criminal Code, Article 290 – Public Announcement of Judgment
  • Act on Misdemeanors against Public Order and Peace, Article 12
  • Act on Misdemeanors against Public Order and Peace, Article 13
  • Road Traffic Safety Act

Persons: 595

Services: 6274

Emotional support, technical and practical information and information about rights: 5330

Accompaniment to court: 154

Accompaniment to police, prosecutors’ office and/or social welfare centers: 52

Legal counseling: 368

Psychological counseling: 362

Most common criminal offences (and misdemeanor offences of domestic violence):

  • Law on Protection against Domestic Violence, Article 10 –  Domestic Violence (N=199)
  • Criminal Code, Article 139,  paragraph 2 – Threat (N=90)
  • Criminal Code, Article 179 a – Domestic Violence  (N=84)
  • Criminal Code, Criminal Offences against Sexual Freedom Article, 152 – 156 – (N=55)
  • Criminal Code, Article 117 –  Bodily Injury  (N=22)
  • Criminal Code, Article 177 –  Neglect and Abuse of the Rights of a Child (N=15)
  • Criminal Code, Article 140 – Stalking (N=8)

In addition to the most commonly mentioned criminal offences, persons also contacted regarding to the following:

  • Criminal Code, Criminal Offences of Sexual Abuse and Sexual Exploitation of Children 
  • Criminal Code, Article 91 – War Crime
  • Criminal Code, Article 106 – Trafficking in Human Beings
  • Criminal Code, Article 110 – Murder
  • Criminal Code, Article 111 – Aggravated Murder
  • Criminal Code, Article 118 – Serious Bodily Injury
  • Criminal Code, Article 123– Failure to Render Assistance
  • Criminal Code, Article 125 – Violation of Equality
  • Criminal Code, Article 131 – Violation of the Right to Work
  • Criminal Code, Article 133 – Workplace Mistreatment
  • Criminal Code, Article 134 – Violation of Social Insurance Rights
  • Criminal Code, Article 136 – Unlawful Deprivation of Liberty
  • Criminal Code, Article 147 – Insult
  • Criminal Code, Article 149 – Defamation
  • Criminal Code, Article 172 – Violation of Duty of Maintenance
  • Criminal Code, Article 180 – Spread and Transmission of Contagious Diseases
  • Criminal Code, Article 181 – Medical Malpractice
  • Criminal Code, Article 215 – Endangerment to Life and Property by a Generally Dangerous Act or Means
  • Criminal Code, Article 228 – Theft
  • Criminal Code, Article 229 – Aggravated Theft
  • Criminal Code, Article 230 – Robbery
  • Criminal Code, Article 235 – Property Damage
  • Criminal Code, Article 236  –  Fraud
  • Criminal Code, Article 271 – Computer-related Fraud
  • Criminal Code, Article 291 – Criminal Code, Article 290
  • Criminal Code, Article 304 – False Reporting of a Criminal Offence
  • Criminal Code, Article 331 – Unlawful Possession, Making and Procurement of Weapons and Explosive Devices
  • Act on Misdemeanors against Public Order and Peace