Privacy policy

Privacy policy

The use of the Prosecution Service's website is completely anonymous. The Prosecution Service records no data that can be used to identify you unless you sign up for services such as a news subscription. No data about users are passed on or sold to third parties.


In order to continuously develop and improve, we keep statistics of how visitors use the website. These statistics are solely used in summarised form, for example, to see which search words, pages and browsers visitors to the website use. Read more in our cookie policy.


The Prosecution Service has the copyright to all text, photographs, graphic presentations, and other content on The content may be distributed, reproduced, or quoted with a clear reference to the source. Photographs may be freely reproduced with credits and source reference, provided that the photograph is not manipulated or changed.

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The Prosecution Service continuously seeks to update and maintain However, the Prosecution Service accepts no responsibility for third-party links and references that are incorrect or out of date. You can send your comments about the website to the Prosecution Service's webmaster at