The Danish Return Agency is an authority under the Ministry of Immigration and Integration. If an applicant is given a final refusal of asylum, the case is transferred to the Danish Return Agency, which is responsible for ensuring that rejected asylum seekers leave Denmark and return to their home country.
When an applicant is given a final refusal by the Refugee Appeals Board, the Danish Return Agency becomes responsible for accommodation and planning the departure from Denmark. The Danish Return Agency is also responsible for ensuring the departure of applicants rejected under the Dublin procedure or the rejection procedure.
The Danish Return Agency handles the tasks relating to departure that are not associated with coercion or the use of force. It is the police deal with forced expulsions.
You can visit the Danish Return Agency’s website here (the site is in Danish):