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Police will declare expand over the internet and easier
The police want to make it easier for citizens to make online declaration by bundling all return opportunities politie.nl. Some 40 percent of the returns is already being done over the internet, but by making it easier must increase that percentage.
Later this month, the new module will return to politie.nl online. Dan is also the National Reporting Internet Scams moved to that domain, allowing all Internet declaration facilities are housed on one site. According to the police is changing with the integration of the National Reporting Internet Scams on the declaration section of politie.nl nothing to the process of reporting. This keeps next to the declaration option also check function, where suspected buyers and sellers are called retained.
Besides the integration of the National Reporting Internet Scams April 30, are also going through the steps amended by a declaration. Thus, to declarants first asked general information and only in the next steps for more specific information. The design and the texts have been adapted, making the process of the police is understandable.
The police think it will be easier for citizens to report via the Internet by bundling all return possibilities on his own website. Each month politie.nl visited about 2 million times and be done about 40,000 internet returns per month. Internet is thus accounts for over 40 percent of the total number of reports.
Of all Internet declarations that come in now, the lion’s share of theft and vandalism. In about 3500 cases involve fraud, whether or not via the internet. These are also the only categories for which online tax return can be done. The police do want to expand this. Plans are also being viewed or returns in the future can also be done using DigiD. In addition, for this year a trial planned in which citizens can do on a tablet with a camera declaration, making a citizen can do from home or work declaration.
Police encourages declare over the internet because it is part of a previously launched plan to get from agents behind the desk. In time would do so than 230 of the approximately four hundred police stations are closed. In return, there will be more “support centers” and there is more police on the streets around. To achieve more declarations are done digitally, the number of offenses for which declarations may be made to extend over the internet, promised the police late last year.Viewing:-211
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