By Euro Weekly News Media • 24 February 2015 • 8:58
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THE Guardia Civil has this week launched an online ‘denuncia’ system to make it easier for people to report an array of offences.
The new ‘e-Denuncias’ service is now operational and will save people time and paperwork when reporting certain offences. The incidents that can be reported online include lost and found documents or property, vehicle theft, theft from a vehicle, robbery without violence and damage where the identity of the perpetrator is not known. In incidents where physical violence occurs, it is still necessary to report it in person.
Once the offence is reported online, it will still be necessary to visit a Guardia Civil office within three days to confirm the initial report. However, incidents reported through the new online service will be given priority over incidents reported in person.
The online ‘denuncia’ service can be found at https://e-denuncia.guardiacivil.es/eDenuncia/index.faces
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