The shocking report also warns immigration will lead to more crime and increased “police usage to combat it”.
Titled ‘Challenges To and Impact on the Police’ was leaked to the news magazine Spiegel.
The number of crimes involving violence, sexual attacks, property theft and narcotic offences, will rise, according to the paper of the North Rhine-Westphalian department of the interior whose ‘Immigration’ project involves both individual states and central government.
North Rhine-Westphalia is the state in which Cologne lies, scene of the New Year’s Eve sexual frenzy when mobs of immigrant men attacked hundreds of women, robbing and molesting them as police lost control of the situation.
The report spoke of an “enormous additional burden” for police forces arising out of the refugee crisis. In North Rhine-Westphalia last year police had to respond 93,000 times to violence in refugee centres as “cultural, ethnic and religious conflicts in the accommodation, the spatial narrowness, lack of privacy and the considerable consumption of alcohol triggered conflicts. Resulting consequences must be drawn.”
At the same time as predicting higher crime, the confidential paper warns of fears that attacks on migrants and their accommodation, and “right-wing agitation,” may increase.