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Cinéaste qu'on adule ou qu'on déteste, Nicolas Winding Refn (Drive, Only God Forgives, The Neon Demon) a encore proposé une oeuvre très clivante avec Too Old to Die Young, une série Amazon Prime Video diffusée en 2019. Le cinéaste est de retour avec Copenhagen Cowboy, une série Netflix qu'il a développée avec la scénariste Sara Isabella Jønsson Vedde et dont il réalise les six épisodes.

Danes unconcerned about crime

But perception and reality are two different things

No sweat about crime (photo: Politiet)

Just 9 percent of Danes are seriously worried about being personally exposed to crime, reports Ritzau.

The figure comes from a survey conducted by the Ministry of Justice, the Police, and the Crime Prevention Council in collaboration with Copenhagen University.

This is the lowest level of anxiety about crime since records began.

Among the people most frightened by the prospect of being exposed to crime are women and people aged 18-24.

Not quite as simple as that On the other hand, report Berlingske, Danes’ perception of who commits crime has changed.

While Danes may feel safer, there has been an “explosive” increase in the perception by people ‘of Danish origin’ that ‘non-EU immigrants’ are likely to commit crime.

In reality, the percentage of immigrants from outside the EU who commit crimes has decreased.

Are we looking in the right places? In another article by Berlingske, Denmark was described as a “paradise” for organised criminals.

The article drew attention to Denmark’s decision to withdraw from Europol causing “operational difficulties for the Danish Police”.

Compared to other EU countries, Denmark is lagging behind in its ability to investigate cross-border crime

Police: Copenhagen Swept by 'Very Worrying' Wave of Stabbings January, 11, 2023 – 12:02 Other Media news

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The Danish capital of Copenhagen has been hit by a wave of street stabbings, the most recent of which occurred this week when a 19-year-old was knifed by a 17-year-old. A total of 16 people have been stabbed since December. Knud Hvass, deputy police inspector at Copenhagen Police, said that stabbings as such are “not unusual,” yet called their frequency alarming, Sputnik reported.