TALLINN - Estonian Justice Minister Hanno Pevkur said on Feb. 26, when delivering the report of 2012 on fulfilling the Estonian criminal policy development directions till the year 2018, that the low level of crime reporting by the public is a problem that needs to be worked on in Estonia, reports Postimees Online. Pevkur pointed out that according to a 2012 poll, around 58 percent of victims of theft did not report the crime to the police.“If we compare the level of reporting crimes in Estonia to that of West European states, we have to admit that reporting is much worse in E...
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