Visitors include the Bar Association, where Ann Rembrand is Secretary General:
– As it is today, the police have no access to stress and tension when opening an initial investigation. This proposal means that you will have access to the information, but not to use it in the preliminary investigation. And it will have a lot of results. No less, it means, among other things, that you can not use the data that speak for the benefit of the suspect, says Ann Ramberg.
Signal voltage occurs Of the Swedish Broadcasting Service Protection, FRA, and is on the example listening to data and traffic cross-border communication of the country to locate threats to Sweden.
Today, the security police and the police do not receive data from the FRA signal team if a criminal investigation is opened, since the signal voltage is part of the intelligence business.
The signal voltage is thus given far-reaching privacy.
The fact that the police can not access the data when a criminal investigation began, for example, was identified as a problem in preventing attacks in Sweden.
According to the proposal, as When they are referred, the security police and the police must be able to continue receiving data from the FRA, even if a criminal investigation is opened.
However, the data can only be used in intelligence work to prevent crime, rather than criminal investigation.
– has not been described in practice as to how to continue to ensure that this information will not serve as a basis for the preliminary investigation, and without the defendant's opportunity to receive the insight that he is entitled to, says Anne Remberg.
In addition to the Bar Association, human rights defenders, the Ombudsman, the Journalists Association, also belong to those who reject the proposal.
The offer is supported by The police, the FRA, the ECO and the prosecutor.
"The essential thing is that you can continue to get important information about the various phenomena relating to cross-border crime," said prosecutor Plaintiff Henrik Rasmusson.
"This need is not stopped just before an initial investigation begins," continues Henrik Rasmusson.
"The main reason for this regulation is to clarify the border between intelligence and criminal investigation, thus providing information on intelligence that will enable better tools to identify and prevent a very serious crime," says Henryk Rasmusson. About the prosecutor's office.