• Police: notification
• Health care: documenting injuries, medical certificates, sick leave
• Save the evidence: clothing, sms, images, etc.
• Insurance companies: sign damage, loss of compensation
• Block accounts: for robbery, theft or loss
• Insurance: Sick leave, contact your employer
• counsel: free legal representation for certain crimes
• Professional psychological help
• Damages Compensation of Brom, apply within 2 years after they
As a crime victim, you may experience shock. The reaction to an event can be delayed and might affect the complaint to the police. It is important to make a police report immediately so any damages, evidence and events can be documented as soon as possible.
In emergency situations call 112 and for non emergency situations call 114 14.
Find nearest hospital to document any injuries. For sex offenses visit Södersjukhusets clinic for raped women. If a child is affected, there is help available from Children's Houses and Children's Center's with specially trained police officers, prosecutors, doctors and social workers. For crime in close relationships and honor-related violence there are help available from the municipality, county council, police and the social services. From these instances sheltered housing and comprehensive support can be offered. Similarly, there are specialized institutions for victims of hate crimes.
As victim of crime you can usually be entitled legal representation in the form of a plaintiff, you can choose which representative you want in court. It's a free legal service that can give the plaintiff (crime victims) claim for punitive damages. If you do not choose any legal help, the court will provide you with one. Click here for more contact information
When a shock has subsided, you may need psychological help. To avoid post-traumatic stress and prolonged trauma, it is important to seek professional psychological help as soon as possible. Click here for contact information for therapists and psychologists. For emergency psychiatric care visit St. Görans psychiatric emergency unit, Phone: 08-123492 00
For crimes involving bodily injury, it is important to seek medical care to make a medical testimonial, click here for contact information for emergency care hospitals. This is the basis for a police investigation, trial and required to make a report to insurance companies.
Victims of rape or sexual offenses visit Södersjukhuset emergency unit for raped women,Södersjukhuset emergency department for raped women-AKV Phone: 08-616 46 70
If you are a man visit Södersjukhuset emergency unit, where help is available in handling males who been sexually abused and/or raped. Here, you can get a forensic examination. You can also get access to crisis management and social support.
For crime against children and adolescents there are different instances of help, click here for contact information for emergency care hospitals.
Protection for threatened The police have a responsibility to protect people who are at risk. A threat and risk assessment is made. Police personal safety may be provided by a crime victims coordinator who works with the support and protection of victims. The police can be of assistance with various activities for persons who need protection. The police work with other agencies and organizations, as Tax and Social Services. For sheltered housing, there are national guidelines for local police safetywork.
The police, for example, provide:
• various technical means
• Protection Package
The application for a restraining order is made by the police or prosecuting authority, decisions for a restraining order is made by a prosecutor or a court. Restraining orders can be made even if you do not explicitly requested it.
Four types of restraining orders:
First Restraining order: Where the prohibition applies must not the stalker visit, contact or follow after the protected person.
Second Extended the restraining order: Where the prohibition applies the stalker must not visit or be near the protected person's residence, workplace or other places where he or she usually is.
Third in particular, extended restraining order: Where the prohibition applies must the stalker not reside in the area around the protected person's residence, workplace or other places where he or she usually is.
4th Restraining order in common property: Where the prohibition applies must the stalker/perperator not be in a dwelling that is shared with the protected person. You can apply for a restraining order in the common property if there is a risk that the person you live with will commit crimes against you, such as threats or assault. This means that the perpetrator can not be in the shared home.
In particularly vulnerable situations, a dignitary may be necessary. In cases where the police are unable to provide personal protection, you can turn to private actors. Companies active in protection of individuals often make an analysis of the situation and they have extensive experience and broad knowledge of personal safety and can give you the protection you need to feel safe. Click here for contact information for personal business.
In difficult situations where the safety of your own home can not be maintained, a sheltered accommodation may be necessary to give you support and security. In a sheltered housing, you and your family can live on a secret address and get support of the people who work at the sheltered accommodation.
Police and social services in your local community will help you with more information. There may be some non-profit organizations that can be helpful. Contact your social services in your local community or neighborhood for more information. Click here for contact details for Social Services.
Sheltered housing specifically for hbt people who have experienced domestic violence, hate crime or related violence. RFSL Sheltered housing for hbt people Phone: 020-34 13:16
Abuse in close relationships
If you have been subjected to physical injury, you should contact an emergency unit that can document the damage and make a medical certificate. Click here for contact information for emergency hospitals. For rape, you should contact Södersjukhuset for raped women who can do a forensic investigation.
For crimes against children and adolescents seek support from Stockholm's child support authorities. Crimes against children subject to public prosecution, which means that a person other than the plaintiff can make a police report. Suspicion that a child is mistreated, a notification to the police and social services should be made immediately. Children who are victims of crimes such as sexual abuse, physical abuse or domestic violence are entitled to special treatment with social services, police, medical care, prosecutors and psychiatry coordinator who called Children's Houses and Children Center. Contact police if you suspect that any children are at harm. Emergency psychiatric care for children and adolescents via children's hospital emergency departments. Click here for contact information.
Crisis Centre for Women, are Stockholm city council operation unit for women with or without children who are victims of sexual, psychological or physical violence by a related party. You can call their hotline for counseling and advise 08-429 99 40 free and anonymous. During office hours you can also contact their reception at 08-508 25 546 or their rapehotline at 08-508 25 541 the Crisis Centre for Women can also help with the shelters. You can also contact Social Services 08-508400 00 for information on shelters. Click here for more help by various municipalities and social services.
For crimes in hbt relationships, you can turn to RFSL's Victims Support for hbt people, they can also help with sheltered housing specifically for hbt people who have experienced domestic violence, hate crimes and related violence. Call 0771-66 67 68 18:00 to 22:00 on Mondays and Wednesdays 20:00 to 22:00
When you become a victim of crime by a person you have a relationship with, you are entitled to a plaintiff. A plaintiff is a lawyer that can help you during the trial and can even help you with the costs of any damages.
There are many skilled and experienced therapists specializing in family therapy, child/adolescent therapy and individual therapy. These are competent to work with the issues and problems of domestic violence arise.
Kvinnofridslinjen provides information about support and help around the clock regardless of whether you are suffering from physical, psychological or sexual violence. Information is also available in different languages, your visit on websites can be hidden and even the call to Kvinnofridslinjen is hidden on your phone bill. Kvinnofridslinjen is run by the National Centre for Women on behalf of the Government of the Academic Hospital in Uppsala's auspices. Call 020-50 50 50