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News and publications

As the national intelligence service, PET operates under very special circumstances where confidentiality surrounding the work methods, capabilities, operations and sources of PET and our partners is absolutely essential. Due to confidentiality considerations, PET is often unable to comment on a case or confirm or invalidate certain information in public. However, we seek to ensure openness about our work whenever possible.

Latest news

12 April 2024


PET releases an English version national risk assessment of terrorist financing

The Danish Security and Intelligence Service (PET) releases its third National risk assessment of terrorist financing. The objective of the risk assessment is to prevent terrorist financing in Denmark and abroad.

26 February 2024


The joint investigation conducted by the Copenhagen Police

There is not sufficient grounds to pursue a criminal case in Denmark in connection with the explosions of Nord Stream 1 and 2, and therefore the Copenhagen Police has decided to conclude the criminal investigation of the explosions.

13 January 2022


The release of PETs first Assessment of the espionage threat to Denmark

The threat from foreign intelligence activities in Denmark has increased. The threat relates to espionage, influence activities, harassment, attempts to illegally procure products, technology and knowledge and, in exceptional cases, assassination attempts. These are the findings of the new PET publication “Assessment of the espionage threat to Denmark”.