According to the Politijurists Union, their members are overworked, roughly things remain, the workload is sky-high and too few criminal cases are explained.
"We need to restore the criminal procedure we have today, and more and more voices among us want a distinction between the police and the prosecutor," said Sverre Bromander, head of the politician, at the NRK.
The purpose of Wednesday's meeting was to find the problems and a new way forward, according to Bromander:
"The desire on our part is that together with the Attorney General we can find a common way forward to get the necessary reinforcement of the persecution", says the head of the police tourists.
In addition to police authorities, a police minister also has the public prosecutor's office, ie the right to prosecute in a criminal case.
NRK contacted the police of the summer police, elected representatives of the police guards and federal federal federations in all twelve police zones of the country. Election officials in eleven police districts told about crisis-like conditions. There are still gross claims, the police stops and the workload is sky-high.
"We have serious violent cases that have not yet been completed in 2016. For a period of time we had to wait for a queue of nearly ten pieces to be informed about rape," said Øyvind Sund, local manager at the police federation in Møre og. Romsdal, at NRK in July.
Minister of Justice Tor Mikkel Wara (Frp) did not want to comment on the case and reports to the police.