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Finland: ”Immigrants as Crime Victims and Offenders in Finland.”

Finlands flagga mörkare blått kors Rättspolitiska forskningsinstitutet har utkommit med en ny rapport (17 juni 2014) med den engelska titeln Immigrants as Crime Victims and Offenders in Finland (finns inte på svenska, bara på finska och engelska). Ur rapporten:

This research describes and compares the crime involvement and
victimization of different immigrant groups and of the native population in Finland. In addition, we explore if the differences between the studied
population groups are related to underlying socio-demographic factors or other relevant risk factors.

The report analysed the personal data of 50,000 offenders from police reports of assault, theft, robbery and rape. In addition the study surveyed a cross-section of the population, asking them to report on whether they had committed offences or been victims of crime.

Enligt rapportförfattarna visar deras forskning att vissa invandrargrupper är betydligt mer benägna att begå brott eller falla offer för brott än den inhemska, finska befolkningen:

The results suggest that, compared to the native population, some of the immigrant groups have significantly higher crime and victimization rates for property and violent crimes. However, the differences in crime rates are larger between the immigrant groups, than between immigrants (as a single aggregated category) and natives. The criminal involvement of immigrant groups, thus, varies considerably. There are groups with crime and victimization rates that are higher than the corresponding rate in the majority populations.

Meanwhile, other immigrant groups manifest below average offending and victimization risks. In all of the demographic groups, the majority of persons were not involved in crimes as victims or offenders.

The research said that the findings show a large proportion of crimes take place within the same immigrant group, suggesting that the risk of committing a crime and being a victim of crime are linked.

Rapportförfattarna framhåller också att resultaten av deras forskning liknar de resultat som kommit fram i Sverige och Norge när man analyserat begångna brott och befolkningsregistren.

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