A police spokesman told The Local they receive many complaints from people who lose their car keys. Photo: Fredrik Sandberg/SCANPIX
The Swedish government announced on Thursday that is is going to launch an investigation into valuable police time being wasted by officers forced to deal with unnecessary reports and complaints.
Sweden’s interior minister Anders Ygeman on Thursday said that the government would investigate how the police responds to unnecessary complaints from the public.
The minister suggested that police either drop the complaints without processing them or simply stop taking such calls altogether.
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