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08484: Offences reported to the police, by group of offence and type of offence. Absolute figures and per 1 000 population 1993 - 2022

Susanne Fjelldalen, Statistics Norway
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Kari Malene Jørgensen Dyrstad, Statistics Norway
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Reid Jone Stene, Statistics Norway
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2023-05-30 08:00
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The figures for 'Assault of public servant' and 'Threats against public servant' in the 2020 statistics were corrected in the Statbank on 30 June 2022. This amount to a 10 per cent decrease in assault of, and an 18 per cent increase in threats against, public servants. For the sum of assaults this amounts to 1 per cent fewer, and for the sum threats a 2 per cent more offences.