Officials in Sweden reported that 177,000 authentic Swedish passports have been stolen or lost. Security officials state that many of these passports may have been sold on the black market to criminals. According to intelligence agencies, Swedish passports are being sold on the black market for human trafficking purposes. These passports are being sold at… Continue reading Price to Buy a Real Passport from Sweden
Previously, a reader submitted information about the price of marijuana in Stockholm, Sweden. In that data post, the reader explained the price structure of the marijuana market in Stockholm. In a follow up submission, more information about the marijuana trafficking and growing operations that takes place in Sweden. According to our reader, Swedish marijuana is… Continue reading Marijuana Trafficking and Growing in Stockholm
A reader of Havocscope submitted the following information through our Submit Data form. According to our reader, marijuana is sold for $15.56 to $18.67 (100 to 120 Swedish Krona). The marijuana is available for sale in bags filled with 4 to 5 grams of marijuana. The 4 gram bags are sold for 500 Krona ($77.80),… Continue reading Marijuana Price in Stockholm, Sweden
Swedish Customs Officials state that up to 2,000 young puppies are illegally smuggled into Sweden each year. The dogs are bred Eastern European countries and then smuggled into Sweden in boxes and bags to avoid detection. Animal welfare officials report that many of the puppies that are smuggled are chihuahuas, pugs and French bulldogs. Source: … Continue reading Number of Dogs Smuggled Into Sweden Each Year
Prosecutors in Sweden convicted 2 people for human trafficking in 2011. An additional 11 people were convicted for pimping that was connected to the trafficking charges. During the year, 450 men were convicted and fined for buying sex. In 2012, there were 3 convictions for human trafficking and 32 for pimping. Source: Joan Smith, “Why… Continue reading Prostitution and Pimping Arrests in Sweden
A study published in the journal Science of the Total Environment, cocaine use in cities in Switzerland is among the highest in Europe.
Everyday, up to 1.5 grams of cocaine is consumed by every 1,000 citizens in the Swiss cities of Bern, Geneva, Lucerne and Zurich.
In other European cities such as Barcelona, London, Milan and Paris, between 0.5 to 1 grams of cocaine is used by every 1,000.
Norther European cities had the lowest reported levels of cocaine use, with Stockholm, Oslo and Helsinki registering 0.15 grams of cocaine use daily per 1,000 residents.
Across Europe, up to 356 kilograms of cocaine is consumed each day, which is 10 to 15 percent of the total global cocaine consumption.
An estimated 700,000 women work as prostitutes across the European Union.
Along with the Czech Republic, Nordic countries have a high rate of addicts receiving drug treatment for use of amphetamines.The Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Sweden and Finland have between 57 percent of 82 percent of all drug treatment residents being addicted to amphetamines, according to the United Nations.
The number of money laundering cases in Sweden increased by 30 percent in 2010 to 12,000 cases.
Police estimate that there are about 200 prostitutes working in Stockholm.