National Police Chief Dan Eliasson has given orders that all personnel within the police immediately should know where to meet up during a war mobilization.
In late January, 28,500 police officers in Sweden were told what to do and where they should meet up in case of a high alert or war, reports ABC Nyheter.
Swedes raises the preparedness at a time when some concerns over both the world situation, as well as the internal situation, are spreading.
The National Police Chief Dan Eliasson has given orders that all personnel within the police immediately should know where to meet up during a war mobilization, according to Aftonbladet.
- It means that our employees are expected to meet up for duty in the event of an elevated emergency or war, says Julia Simryd, who is responsible for emergency preparedness at the Swedish police's national operational department.
She says that most police officers should meet up where they work daily.
Sweden already has an elevated threat level due to fear of Islamic terrorism, which they have admitted is the reason, but yet they are now trying to explain that aggression or even a potential, highly unlikely invasion by Russia is the reason for the sudden panicking attempt to build up both the almost closed down defense, and the police. This while criminal gangs are winning, suburbs are burning, along with a large numbers of cars every week, without a single Russian in sight. Strange, right?
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