About cookies

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit a website. Some cookies are necessary for a website to function properly. A cookie can, for example, contain information about the last visited page or a navigation choice you have made. Cookies also give us statistics about how you and other visitors use the website.

We use cookies on the website to store your consent. This means that you will not be asked for approval every time you visit our website if you have accepted the use of cookies on the first visit. By continuing to browse the website you consent to the use of cookies.

Analysis of website visits

We use cookies to get information about how visitors use our website. In this way we can, for example, find out how many visitors the website has and which pages that are visited. The analysis tool we use is called Siteimprove. The tool anonymises visitors' IP addresses. We also use Siteimprove to improve the quality of the content on our site. For example, it helps us find broken links and spelling errors and it also improves the accessibility of our website.

If you do not want to use cookies

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Third-party cookies

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How is the personal data processed?

The Swedish Crime Victim Authority's website contains information on how we process personal data.

If you have comments or questions about our website, you are welcome to contact the Swedish Crime Victim Authority.

The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority can provide more information about cookies and electronic communication.