Frivårdsförordningen

English translation: Open Supervision Ordinance / Non-institutional Supervision Ordinance

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Swedish term or phrase:Frivårdsförordningen
English translation:Open Supervision Ordinance / Non-institutional Supervision Ordinance
Entered by: Peter Linton

09:59 Jul 30, 2007
Swedish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / Probation etc.
Swedish term or phrase: Frivårdsförordningen
1983:250
Is there a standard existing translation of this? If so, please tell me where you found it/I could find it.
ExEssex
Local time: 06:04
Open Supervision Ordinance / Non-institutional Supervision Ordinance
Explanation:
No sign of a standard translation, so this is my guess.

I have a specialist glossary called Svensk-Engelsk Ordlista för Kriminalvården, and for frivård it gives care in liberty, non-institutional care, and I have also seen non-custodial care.

In other words, someone is not sent to prison, but is in some way restricted, for example by having to wear an electronic tagging device on the ankle.
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Peter Linton
Local time: 05:04
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I need that glossary!
There is an ordinance in force at British Sovereign Bases called THE PROBATION AND OTHER NON-CUSTODIAL
SENTENCES ORDINANCE 2006. Bit long, though. I'll use something like you suggest. Cheers.
http://www.sba.mod.uk/SBA%20Legislation/Ord%202006/Probation%20and%20Other%20Non-custodial%20Sentences%20Ordinance%202006.pdf
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Open Supervision Ordinance / Non-institutional Supervision Ordinance


Explanation:
No sign of a standard translation, so this is my guess.

I have a specialist glossary called Svensk-Engelsk Ordlista för Kriminalvården, and for frivård it gives care in liberty, non-institutional care, and I have also seen non-custodial care.

In other words, someone is not sent to prison, but is in some way restricted, for example by having to wear an electronic tagging device on the ankle.

Peter Linton
Local time: 05:04
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 29
Grading comment
I need that glossary!
There is an ordinance in force at British Sovereign Bases called THE PROBATION AND OTHER NON-CUSTODIAL
SENTENCES ORDINANCE 2006. Bit long, though. I'll use something like you suggest. Cheers.
http://www.sba.mod.uk/SBA%20Legislation/Ord%202006/Probation%20and%20Other%20Non-custodial%20Sentences%20Ordinance%202006.pdf
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