Following the murder of the 19-year-old woman, the Health and Social Care Inspectorate (IVO) initiated two supervisory cases. One against the principal of the accommodation and one against the psychiatric clinic in Enköping.

On Tuesday, the results were presented and, according to the report, there were shortcomings.

"It's about not taking into account the risk that the patient would harm others. On the other hand, the accommodation has acted correctly based on the information they have received," says Peder Carlsen, Head of Department (IVO).

New investigation underway

At the same time, IVO has now initiated a new supervisory case. This time it is the municipality of Enköping that will be investigated.

"In a case like this, there are several actors involved and all of them need to be investigated. That's why we want to take a closer look at how the municipality has acted," says Peder Carlsen.

SVT has reached out to the CEO of the accommodation, who does not want to comment on the investigation. And when we contact Region Uppsala, they want to respond via email.

"We have received IVO's opinion and take it very seriously. We will respond to IVO and implement the necessary measures, but we cannot provide more information at the moment," writes Roland Säll, Head of Psychiatry at Uppsala University Hospital.

The region has until 8 January 2024 to take action.

In the clip: Hear about shortcomings discovered during the investigation after the LSS murder.